03 - National Minimum Wage

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Enforcement of the national minimum wage must be continuously improved in order to combat those employers who are actively trying to find ways not to pay their workers properly according to findings in a new TUC report. The minimum wage, (currently £6.50 for over 21 year-olds) introduced in 1999, enjoys...
12 January 2015
Welcoming the announcement today (Friday) by Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson that employers who fail to pay the minimum wage are to be publicly named.
23 August 2013
The TUC today (Tuesday) welcomed the decision by Norman Lamb, Minister for Employment Relations, to name and a shame a business in Leicester for flouting the National Minimum Wage and called for more employer abuses to be made public.
04 September 2012
Most people at work are entitled to be paid at least the National Minimum Wage (NMW), provided they are aged 16 years or over. This includes: agency workers, homeworkers and migrant workers who are working lawfully in the UK.
21 July 2011