National Minimum Wage Increase

On 01 October 2012, the UK national minimum wage will increase for apprentices and workers over the age of 21.

The minimum wage for those aged 21 and over will increase from £6.08 to £6.19.

Apprentices’ minimum wage will be £2.65, up from £2.60.

There will be no increase for workers aged between 16 and 20.


Amy Hallam is BRM’s specialist employment law solicitor. For information about our employment law services, contact Amy by telephone on 01246 564012, or by email using our contact form.


Other employment law articles you may be interested in:
BRM Employment Law Update – October 2011
Employment Tribunal Review Findings Published

About the author

Amy Hallam is a director and Head of Employment Law at BRM.

For more advice on this topic or related matters:

01246 564012 amy.hallam@brmlaw.co.uk