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As an individual employer you may be responsible for paying the wages of your personal assistant(s). The resources below will help you understand more about wage related matters such as national minimum wage and sick pay.
From 1 April 2016, workers aged 25 and over will be entitled to a new minimum pay rate. This link contains information about National Living Wage for both workers and employers.
The rules around what you should pay your PA can be complicated. You may find this overview from the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group helpful.
Use this form if you're an employer and need to record details of an employee's sickness absences for Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).
If you need to work out how much Statutory Sick Pay you need to pay someone or you are a PA and want to know how much Statutory Sick Pay you should be receiving the calculator provided by HMRC may be useful.