This is the Low Pay Commission’s third stand-alone report into non-compliance and enforcement of the National Minimum Wage and builds on a similar report published last year. This report looks at the available evidence on how many low-paid workers are underpaid and who these individuals are. It examines the Government’s approach to enforcing the minimum wage, as well as highlighting some important policy challenges around the underpayment of apprentices and workers’ access to pay information.
Enforcement of the National Minimum Wage
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is responsible for minimum wage compliance and enforcement policy and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) enforces the National Minimum Wage Act on behalf of BEIS.
Workers can complain about underpayment and seek redress by contacting HMRC or Acas:
National Minimum Wage rates
All rates of the National Minimum Wage increased on 1 April 2020.
||Value from 1 April 2020
|National Living Wage
|21-24 Year Old Rate
|18-20 Year Old Rate
|16-17 Year Old Rate