NMW - Time Work, Salaried Work, Output Work and Unmeasured Work

Key Points

  • In order to ensure compliance with the National Minimum Wage Act an employer and worker need to know the hours for which the worker is to be paid.
  • For this purpose four types of work are specified by the National Minimum Wage Regulations 2015/SI 2015/621 (regs 30, 21, 36 and 44), namely : time work; salaried-hours work; output work and "unmeasured work".
  • If a worker carries out different types of work for an employer or for different employers the rules and calculation of hours apply differently for each type of work that the worker does. 
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