Two million workers are set to see their pay increase in April as the National Living Wage jumps to £8.21 an hour. This is the hourly rate for those aged 25 or over who are working in Britain. The minimum wage for those aged 16-24 also will also go up, alongside the pay for apprentices, which will increase by an extra 20p an hour.
Whilst this is good news for employees, many businesses will struggle to cover these additional costs. This is where My Purchasing Partner can help.
By taking advantage of our complimentary procurement review, we will help you find ways to reduce your overall purchasing costs, thus allowing you to support your staff and maintain a healthy bottom line.
- National Living Wage £7.83 > £8.21 4.9%
- 21-24 Years Old Rate £7.38 > £7.70 4.3%
- 18-20 Years Old Rate £5.90 > £6.15 4.2%
- 16-17 Years Old Rate £4.20 > £4.35 3.6%
“Many of our customers are concerned about rising costs but we are in a position to help by purchasing efficiently and at the right price. My Purchasing Partner always offers practical support that really does make a difference to the bottom line. I would encourage any business to get in touch today.”
Ray Treacy, Chief Executive, My Purchasing Partner
We truly believe that it’s important to pay a fair wage to all staff: to do this, savings need to be made elsewhere.
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