More prosecutions needed for minimum wage cheat bosses, says TUC

Commenting on the naming and shaming today by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills of 70 employers who have cheated staff out of the minimum wage, TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said:

“We welcome today’s list and encourage the government to make public the hundreds of other minimum wage cheats they know about as soon as possible. If we want to stamp out this criminal behaviour then all employers who under-pay their staff must be publicly named and shamed.  Click here to read the full article

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