By law, your employer must pay a minimum amount on average for the hours you work. This is called the:
Full details are available from GOV.UK.
Further information is available at the following links:
It is a criminal offence for an employer not to pay an employee the national minimum wage or to falsify payment records. At any time HMRC officers have the right to carry out an inspection and ask to see payment records.
If HMRC finds an employer that is not paying an employee correctly, any arrears will need to be paid immediately, along with a fine charge and a possible name and shame via the Government.
To ensure that you are paying staff correctly, follow these 4 simple steps:
For a step by step guide to Employing someone visit GOV.UK.
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