Lowest paid will see highest pay rises

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The lowest paid workers are likely to receive pay awards more than twice as high as other employees over the coming year, according to pay analysts at XpertHR.

Posted inNews archiveon24 Nov 2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget announcement that the national living wage will increase by 4.4% to £7.83 an hour from 1 April 2018 will provide a welcome wages boost to affected employees (those aged 25 and over). Employees not subject to the minimum wage rates, however, can expect pay rises in the region of 2% next year, research by XpertHR has found.

Workers covered by the minimum wage are

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