How much does a first year apprentice electrician make in Ireland?
Apprentice electrician rates (Ireland): Under a Sectoral Employment Order, apprentice electricians in their first year of training receive an hourly wage of €7.05 (30% of the newly qualified rate).
Do apprentices get paid monthly or weekly?
Apprentices are paid a regular wage weekly or monthly, and pay tax and national insurance as normal.
Can apprentices be paid below minimum wage?
The government each year specifies a minimum wage that employers must pay their apprentices. The minimum wage rate applies to apprentices aged 16 to 18 and those aged 19 or over who are in their first year. All other apprentices are entitled to national minimum wage rates for their age.
How are apprentices paid?
Apprentices are paid by their employer for the work they do, as well as for time spent on training. If you are under 19 (or still in the first year of your apprenticeship) there is a minimum apprenticeship rate, but employers can and often do pay more.
How much do 18 year old apprentices get paid?
In April 2021 they are: Apprentices under 19 – £4.30 an hour. Age 16-17 – £4.62 an hour. Age 18-20 – £6.56 an hour. Age 21-22 – £8.36 an hour.
What is the apprenticeship wage 2021?
Do apprenticeships pay weekly or monthly?
Apprentices are paid a regular wage weekly or monthly, and pay tax and national insurance as normal. Employers are free to pay above the new wage and many do so, but employers must ensure that they are paying their apprentices at least the minimum wage.
Do you get taxed as an apprentice?
Apprentices have to pay income tax in the same way as everyone else. Earnings over the personal allowance will be taxed at the appropriate income tax rate. You will normally pay tax through the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) system – meaning that it is taken straight from your pay packet.