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By paying the real Living Wage, employers are voluntarily taking a stand to ensure their employees can earn a wage which is enough to live on. Accredited employers display the Living Wage Employer Mark to recognise their commitment to the Living Wage.
In order to become an accredited Living Wage Employer, you need to pay all of your directly employed staff a Living Wage, and have a plan in place to extend that to regular sub-contracted staff as well.
Living Wage Employers pay all direct and contract staff the living wage rate for their region. Living Wage Employers recognize that paying a living wage is an investment in the long-term prosperity of the economy. The minimum wage is a government response to address working poverty.
The Living Wage is a voluntary higher rate of base pay. It provides a benchmark for responsible employers who choose to pay their employees a rate that meets the basic cost of living in the UK and London. The government's minimum wage rate is separate to the Living Wage rate calculated by the Living Wage Foundation.
It is a statutory minimum and all employers have to pay it to employees over 25 years of age. The London Living Wage rate is £10.75 per hour and the rate for the rest of the UK is £9.30 per hour. We have provided substantial funding for the campaign to increase the number of employers paying the Real Living Wage.
National Living Wage v real living wage The National Living Wage is the legally binding hourly rate for workers aged 25 and over. It was set at £8.21 an hour in April 2019 and is reviewed every year just like the National Minimum Wage (for under 25s).
National living wage to increase nearly 5% from April 2019. The national living wage, the statutory national minimum wage for those aged 25 and over, will increase 4.9% from 1 April 2019, from £7.83 to £8.21.
Today the government announced the national living wage is to rise by 6.2% in April 2020 to £8.72. This rate will apply to workers over 25 only. Katherine Chapman, Director of the Living Wage Foundation, said: Today's announcement will be welcome news for low paid workers.
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