The National Minimum Wage Certification

Course Code:
0.5 hours
The National Minimum Wage Certification
Exams Included:
All modern browsers and devices
Delivery method:
Online (In-house also available )
The National Minimum Wage Certification
The National Minimum Wage ensures that UK workers receive a fair wage. If you are an employer, you must pay your workers this wage or else face severe penalties. However, the National Minimum Wage varies between age and occupation groups, and calculating it is not always easy.
In this course, you will learn what the National Minimum Wage is, how much you need to pay your staff, and how to ensure that you keep appropriate records of your payroll activities.

You Will Learn:
The current National Minimum Wage figures
Who is and is not entitled to the National Minimum Wage
The rules governing the National Minimum Wage for apprentices
The consequences you may face if you fail to pay your employees appropriately
How to calculate the National Minimum Wage when your staff work irregular hours or work under complex arrangements
Benefits of Taking This Course:
This course will help you avoid penalties imposed by HMRC by paying all your staff the correct wage
If you are responsible for maintaining a payroll at work, this course will help you check that employees are being paid fairly
If you are a worker, this course will give you the knowledge you need to make sure you are receiving the right wage
If you have a general interest in employment law, this course will provide you with an insight into a key topic in this field

Course Modules/Lessons
Module 01: Introduction to the National Minimum Wage
Module 02: Who is Entitled to the National Minimum Wage?
Module 03: What Happens if You Don’t Pay an Employee the National Minimum Wage?
Module 04: Different Types of Work and How to Calculate the National Minimum Wage



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