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See the list of 233 companies who failed to pay employees the minimum wage More than 13,000 employees will receive about 2 million in back pay, after a Government investigation.
17:01, 17 AUG 2017Updated09:41, 18 AUG 2017 Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The Government louis vuitton shoes price has revealed the hundreds of companies who failed to pay their employees the minimum wage, resulting in a massive million fine and millions in back pay to workers. The offending firms will hand more than 13,000 employees about million in back pay. The Government review named 233 companies who failed to pay their staff a National Minimum Wage or a Living Wage. Argos, the catalogue retailer, landed at the louis vuitton bracelet womens top of the worst offender list. minister Margot James said: "It is against the law to pay workers less than legal minimum wage rates, short changing ordinary working people and undercutting honest employers. "Today's naming round identifies a record million of back pay for workers and sends the clear message to employers that the Government will come down hard on those who break the law. "Common errors made by employers in this round included deducting money from pay packets to louis vuitton dice bracelet pay for uniforms, failure to account for overtime hours, and wrongly paying apprentice rates to workers." Dream nanny job: Earn a year plus trips to the Caribbean, America and South Africa Argos, which was bought by supermarket giant Sainsbury's last year, owed 12,176 employees close to million, the Government found. Sainsbury's, who flagged the error in February, said when the company took into account both current and former staff, the amount owed was actually million to 37,000 employees. The company linked the shortfall to the timings of staff briefings before they had clocked onto their shifts, and security searches which could happen after workers finished a shift, The Birmingham Mail reported. All Sainsbury's staff have now received their back pay. John Rogers, chief executive of Argos, said: "Shortly after we (Sainsbury's) acquired the Argos business last year it was brought to my attention that, as part of a routine visit, HMRC had uncovered an issue with some Argos store systems and processes, which meant that some colleagues had louis vuitton alma tote handbag been paid below the national living wage. "Sainsbury's prides itself on being a trusted brand where people love to work and I was, therefore, very disappointed to hear this and launched an immediate investigation.
"I am pleased to say the issue was resolved quickly and processes have been updated to ensure this cannot happen again." The worst industries for under paying staff were retailers, hairdressers and hospitality firms. The Government has fined 1,200 employers around million and forced them to pay out million to staff since 2013.
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