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April 21, 2022
April is the time of year when various statutory employment rates go up. We have compiled below some of the changes that will affect Microsoft Partners from April 2023.
Used for the statutory redundancy payment calculation etc.
*or 52 weeks actual pay, whichever is lower
Used to calculate compensation for injury to feelings in discrimination cases.
Lower band: £1,100 to £11,200 (less serious cases)
Middle band: £11,200 to £33,700 (cases which do not merit an award in the upper band)
Upper band: £33,700 to £56,2002 (most serious cases).
2Amounts in excess of £56,200 can be awarded in the most exceptional cases.
The weekly rate is increasing for those who are eligible for sick pay: