What should I charge for my workers?
The guidance on the indicative minimum charge rates shows the basic rate a labour provider is likely to charge.
This would cover the legal obligations relating to the employment of workers but does not include management fees or profit.
The rates are shown in GLAA Brief 59 - Minimum Charge Rates.
It is likely that a business who could provide labour at less than the published minimum rate would be cutting corners, either at the expense of the workers or by evading tax.
If you are aware of any labour providers who are supplying workers at less than the minimum rate please contact us. You can report any concerns anonymously by telephone, email or online.
Find out more...
Minimum charge rates: Guidance on a labour provider’s basic charge rate
National Living Wage: Information on the NLW for workers and employees
www.gov.uk: Information on the National Minimum Wage and other employment terms and conditions
Agricultural wages in England and Wales: Guidance for workers and employers
Agricultural wages in Scotland: A guide for workers and employers
Agricultural wages in Northern Ireland: Guidance for workers and employers
HMRC webinars, e-learning, emails and videos on employing people - Guidance on the Living Wage, National Minimum Wage, payroll, sick pay, calculating tax properly and more