82457acb1a Inflation has decreased to 0% in March 2015 and the Bank of England expects inflation to remain around 0% for the most of this year. Work experience can be paid or unpaid, depending on the arrangements you have with your employer. Reply CW says: May 25, 2016 at 12:51 pm Joe, sorry but it isnt due to the minimum wage that she earns 5.30. .. If I want to attract the best staff I will have to pay more, if they are unhappy they can leave. Agricultural and horticultural workers in England employed after 1st October 2013 must be paid the appropriate NMW rate (see above). 7.85 Minimum Wages in the UK are determined as follows: Adult rate for those above 21 years of age Development rate for those between the age of 18-20 years Youth Rate for those between the age of 16-17 years (16 year olds must be above the statutory school leaving age, which falls in the 1st summer after the 16th birthday). While many argue that the increase is not enough, others argue that setting higher minimum wages would lead to fewer job opportunities. You need to value your staff more.
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