Recruiters among over 200 employers named for not paying NMW

Six recruiters appear in the government’s latest list of employers found to have underpaid National Living and National Minimum Wage.

The list, published by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) late last week, names 239 employers found to have underpaid 22,400 UK workers a total of £1.44m.

The back pay identified by HMRC was for more...

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