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Posted in:HR and Employment|July 9, 2015 | Join the mailing list

George Osborne announced yesterday, in his first budget as Chancellor of a majority government, that the National Minimum Wage is to be replaced by a National Living Wage with effect from April 2016.

The National Living Wage will require employers to pay employees who are over 25 £7.20 per hour and this rate will rise to £9 per hour by 2020.

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