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National Living Wage to extend to workers aged 23 and over from 2021
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/news/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
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/pay-climate/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?
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/news/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
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/reports/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
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/news/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
https://www.incomesdataresearch.co.uk/resources/viewpoint/annual-rate-of-earnings-growth-reaches-56-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.