Two recruiters make the government’s NMW ‘name and shame’ list

Almost 180 employers, including two recruitment agencies, have been named and shamed for underpaying the National Minimum Wage (NMW), according to a government list.

The list, published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy yesterday, reveals 179 employers were found to have failed to pay more than 9,000 workers by £1.1m – with recruiters Warwick-based The...

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