Webcast: National Living Wage & National Minimum Wage: what to consider now
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The National Living Wage comes into operation in April 2016. But who qualifies for it? What is the pay reference period? What happens with shift bonuses, piece work & commission? How does it interact with the existing National Minimum Wage? And what happens in an employer fails to pay it?
In this webcast, Kathy Daniels answers these questions and more with the following objectives in mind:
understand when the NMW & NLW apply
explain what has to be paid
understand the deductions that can be made
understand the penalties for non-compliance
Essential listening for all employment law advisers and HR managers
Recorded February 2016 Running time: 30 mins approx
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Kathy Daniels was Head of HR at a large manufacturing business in the West Midlands. She became interested in employment law, and this interest led to her developing expertise in the area. She is now a lecturer at Aston University, teaching employment law and employee relations at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She has written a number of books, including an employment law textbook which is in its fourth edition. She writes employment law related material for a range of organisations, including the CIPD. She is a lay member of the Employment Tribunal sitting in Birmingham,
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Employment law advisers
Trade Union Representatives
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