New National Minimum Wage offenders named and shamed
25 March 2015
A further 48 employers have been named and shamed for failing to comply with National Minimum Wage regulations.
Business Minister Jo Swinson has named 48 employers who have failed to pay their workers the National Minimum Wage.
Between them, the companies named owe workers over £162,000 in arrears, and span sectors including fashion, publishing, hospitality, health and fitness, automotive, care, and retail.
This latest round brings the total number of companies named and shamed under the new regime to 210 employers, with total arrears of over £635,000 and total penalties of over £248,000.
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