Government names and shames hospitality firms paying under the minimum wage
The government has ‘named and shamed’ sixty-two firms in the hospitality sector for not meeting their obligations to the National Minimum Wage or Living Wage. Representatives of some of the businesses have said that they feel targeted and that the authorities have turned the spotlight on this industry in particular.
Where is the list published?
This has come in the thirteenth round of this government exercise, seeing a total of 260 businesses named for underpaying their staff. The ...