What is a minimum wage?
A minimum wage is the amount of money that by law, your employer has to pay you on average for the hours that you work. This is called National minimum wage for people that are under the ages of 25 or if they are an apprentice.
The right minimum wage is is also entitled to people that are:
- Part-time workers
- Someone that is hired for a day, also known as casual labourers.
- Agency workers
- Disabled workers
- Offshore workers
- Foreign workers