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Government names 179 employers who underpay their staff

Post by Admin on Tue Mar 13, 2018 10:28 am

On 9 March, the government named and shamed 179 employers for underpaying more than 9,000 minimum-wage employees by £1.1m. As well as recovering back pay, the government also fined these employers a total of £1.3m. Retailers, hospitality, and hairdressers were the main offending sectors. The government listed Wagamama, Marriott Hotels, and TGI Friday as the top three worst offenders

https://www.thecanary.co/uk/news/2018/03/12/government-names-179-employers-underpay-staff/

admin' comment: it doesn't name any of itself as bad payers or underpaid staff that it employs.
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Re: Government names 179 employers who underpay their staff

Post by El-dudeareno on Tue Mar 13, 2018 1:46 pm

Indeed Admin, I was wondering how much loss of revenue from tax the government has lost? As any wages are usually on the 'paye' system. Question

Also I was thinking how much of the benefits like 'working tax credit' have been under paid, over the years? No


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