United Kingdom - Annual list with underpayment of workers - August 31, 2017

Around 230 employers have been named for underpaying their workers the National Minimum or Living Wage. This will lead to a record of £2 million back pay for 13,000 of the country’s lowest paid workers. As well as paying back staff the money owed, employers on the list have been fined a record £1.9 million by the government. Retail, hairdressing and hospitality businesses were among the most prolific offenders. The link leads also to an excel sheet with all 233 businesses that underpaid workers

English: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/record-2-million-back-pay-identified …  

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