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Model documents and policies

Downloadable and customisable documents relating to national minimum wage and the national living wage. For more information see the employment law pages.

Policy

Letter

Letter advising of pay increase due to employee moving to different band of NMW

Letter advising of pay increase due to employee moving to different band of NMW

Letter advising of pay increase due to employee moving to different band of NMW
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This letter should be sent to an employee to advise them of an increase in pay because following their birthday they have moved into a different age band of the National Minimum Wage.

Letter advising of pay increase due to increase of NMW rates

Letter advising of pay increase due to increase of NMW rates

Letter advising of pay increase due to increase of NMW rates
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Last Published: 18 Sep 2017
 
This letter should be sent to an employee to advise them of an increase in their pay due to an increase in National Minimum Wage rates. The letter outlines the new rate of pay and the dates this new rate comes into effect.

Letter giving notice of a fair piece rate for rated output workers

Letter giving notice of a fair piece rate for rated output workers

Letter giving notice of a fair piece rate for rated output workers
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This letter should be sent to an employee to advise them that to comply with minimum wage law they will be paid a mean hourly output rate and to advise them what this rate will be for each piece or task. The letter also informs the employee that they can obtain advice from the Acas helpline.