Your pay is the reward, or compensation, you receive for working. It's one of the most significant reasons anyone goes to work, and there are a variety of different ways you can be paid. You can be paid a salary, by the hour, on a commission, or with time in lieu – and many other arrangements can be considered part of your pay.
This section looks at the minimum pay requirements and legal stipulations under different modes of pay, so you know what to expect in your circumstances.
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Every employee should be fairly paid for working. Your pay will includes a base rate and maybe penalties or overtime. Here are the legal minimums