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National Living Wage to extend to workers aged 23 and over from 2021

The latest increase to minimum statutory rates has been announced following the Government’s acceptance of the Low Pay Commission (LPC)’s recommendations for 2020.

Issue 25, June 2021

The success of the NHS vaccination programme has brought us to the point where we can begin to imagine the possibility of life and work after coronavirus. As a result, we’re able to consider once more all sorts of issues that never really went away.

Which inflation measure: CPI, CPIH or RPI?

Official estimates of price inflation – which act as proxies for changes in the cost of living – remain an important input into wage-setting decisions. But users are often confused...

Sick pay, wellbeing and health benefits

This report provides you with a detailed picture on sick pay and health and wellbeing benefits.

Half of employers increase pay rates to comply with NLW uplift

Half of employers report that they increased their lowest rate of pay in order to comply with the new statutory minimums which came into effect on 1 April 2021

Annual rate of earnings growth reaches 5.6% across the economy

The annual rate of growth in average weekly earnings was 5.6% in the three months to April 2021, compared to the three months to April 2020, on both the total pay and regular pay measures.