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Employees across the UK received a 2.8% pay rise, 3% if you include bonuses, when comparing earnings between June to August 2015 with the same period a year earlier.
The National Minimum Wage rose on 1 October and new rates for the Living Wage were announced on 2 November. On top of that Chancellor George Osborne announced the creation of a National Living Wage to being in April 2016. So which are you entitled to and what can you do if you aren't getting the right amount?
What are your rights to pay if you're an agency worker or have a zero hours contract?
Are you being paid the same as other colleagues doing the same job? The government has been consulting on making larger employers publish gender pay information to try to end gender inequality.
Perhaps you're seeking a greater challenge at work,