The hourly national living wage rate for over-25s will increase from £8.21 to £8.72 for 2020/21.
The Low Pay Commission published recommendations for the new rates, which kick in from 1 April 2020.
The national living wage is the Government’s minimum wage for over-25s. The minimum wage for under-25s will also rise.
Workers aged between 21 and 24 will get £8.20 an hour, while staff aged 18 to 20 will see their hourly rate rise to £6.45.
Under-18s will be paid at least £4.55 an hour – up from £4.35, with apprentices being paid at least £4.15 an hour.