Dec 31, 2020
Tesco, Pizza Hut and Superdrug in minimum wage fail
PA. Tesco, Pizza Hut and Superdrug are among more than a hundred firms "Named and shamed" by the government for not paying workers the minimum wage. Cases included employers taking deductions from wages for uniforms, training or parking fees or failing to raise employees' pay after a birthday which should have moved them into a higher minimum wage bracket. The UK national minimum wage sets out the least a worker can be paid per hour by law. TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said may firms which failed to pay their workers the minimum wage still wouldn't be named. Tesco said a technical issue in 2017 meant some workers' pay "Inadvertently" fell below the minimum wage and it had reported the issue itself to HMRC. "In most cases the reimbursement was £10 or less," the supermarket said.
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