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New statutory payment rates for 2021/22 Publication date: 15.01.2021
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New statutory payment rates for 2021/22..Rate changes. The proposed 2021/22 weekly rates for statutory maternity pay (SMP), statutory paternity pay (SPP), statutory shared parental pay (ShPP), statutory adoption pay (SAP), statutory parental bereavement pay (SPBP) and statutory sick pay (SSP) have now been published. They are subject to Parliamentary...
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New statutory payment rates for 2020/21 Publication date: 29.01.2020
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New statutory payment rates for 2020/21..Changes. The proposed 2020/21 rates for statutory maternity pay (SMP), statutory paternity pay (SPP), shared parental pay (ShPP) statutory adoption pay (SAP) and statutory sick pay (SSP) have now been published. They are subject to Parliamentary approval, but this is unlikely to be withheld. The forthcoming changes...
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Where are the 2020/21 statutory rates? Publication date: 20.11.2019
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Where are the 2020/21 statutory rates?..Election delay. Around the end of November we usually advise you about the new statutory rates for the forthcoming tax year, e.g. the national minimum wage, national living wage, statutory sick pay and statutory maternity/paternity pay rates. This year we aren’t able do that because of the election on 12 December...
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New statutory payment rates for 2019/20 Publication date: 18.12.2018
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New statutory payment rates for 2019/20..All change. The proposed 2019/20 rates for statutory sick pay (SSP), statutory maternity pay (SMP), statutory paternity pay (SPP), shared parental pay (ShPP) and statutory adoption pay (SAP) have now been published. They are subject to Parliamentary approval, but this is unlikely to be withheld. The forthcoming...
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new statutory payment rates for 2018/19 Publication date: 15.12.2017
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new statutory payment rates for 2018/19..April changes. The proposed 2018/19 rates for statutory sick pay (SSP), statutory maternity pay (SMP), statutory paternity pay (SPP), shared parental pay (ShPP) and statutory adoption pay (SAP) have now been published. Whilst they are subject to Parliamentary approval, this is unlikely to be withheld. So what...
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A week’s pay from 6 April 2017? Publication date: 15.03.2017
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A week’s pay from 6 April 2017?..Up again. The Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2017 comes into force on 6 April 2017. From that date the maximum amount of a week’s pay which is used to calculate statutory redundancy payments and unfair dismissal awards rises from £479 to £489. On the same date the maximum compensatory award the tribunal...
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The 2017/18 statutory rates Publication date: 21.12.2016
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In April 2017 the national living wage (NLW), national minimum wage (NMW), statutory sick pay (SSP), statutory maternity pay (SMP) and statutory paternity pay (SPP) will all change. What’s happening?
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NMW rate changes and a reminder Publication date: 22.09.2016
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NMW rate changes and a reminder..On the rise. Employers are being reminded that all NMW rates will go up on 1 October 2016 (which is the last time that NMW rate changes will take effect in October). From that date: the adult rate which is payable to workers aged 21 to 24 will rise from £6.70 to £6.95 p.h. the youth development rate which is payable...
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NMW changes on 1 October 2016 Publication date: 14.04.2016
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NMW changes on 1 October 2016..All rise. The government has confirmed that all of the national minimum wage (NMW) rates will increase on 1 October 2016 . From that date: the adult rate which is payable to workers aged 21 to 24 will rise from £6.70 to £6.95 p.h. the youth development rate which is payable to workers aged 18 to 20 will rise from £5.30...
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What’s a week’s pay from 6 April 2016? Publication date: 24.03.2016
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What’s a week’s pay from 6 April 2016?..On the up again. The Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2016 comes into force on 6 April 2016. From that date the maximum amount of a week’s pay which must be used to calculate statutory redundancy payments and unfair dismissal awards, rises from £475 to £479, representing an increase of 0.8%....
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