5 min read | 19 October, 2020 By Laura Sands
The National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW) are the minimum amount of pay a worker should receive, based upon certain criteria.
Currently, this amount starts at £4.15 for apprentices and is capped at £8.72 for those aged 25 and over.
The difference comes down to the age of an employee.
Workers aged 24 and under are entitled to the lower National Minimum Wage.
Workers who are aged 25 and over are entitled to a higher rate, referred to as the National Living Wage.
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