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Bosses are failing to honour minimum pay laws, warns Britain’s job market tsar

Published on Saturday 29th of July 2017 09:00:01 PM in Guardian

Far too many companies are getting away with breaking the law over the wages they pay, the government’s adviser on employment abuses has said.Sir David Metcalf, director of labour market enforcement, signalled he wanted tougher action against employers who underpay, and more resources to catch those ...

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