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One percent

More bad news for restaurants (and the rest of scummy employers)

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https://www.gov.uk/government/news/nearly-200-employers-named-and-shamed-for-underpaying-thousands-of-minimum-wage-workers

Not made a lot of this in the press 9_9 but a long list of employers who have been caught not paying even the minimum wage.  

They should not be fined, they should be shut down.  for good.  Let someone else offer the services.  

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19 minutes ago, One percent said:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/nearly-200-employers-named-and-shamed-for-underpaying-thousands-of-minimum-wage-workers

Not made a lot of this in the press 9_9 but a long list of employers who have been caught not paying even the minimum wage.  

They should not be fined, they should be shut down.  for good.  Let someone else offer the services.  

The local housing association employ contractors to do work. Who then employ other people to actually do the work. They're paid by piece rate - which explains why there was fencing being done in that awful snow last week. 

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Just now, sarahbell said:

The local housing association employ contractors to do work. Who then employ other people to actually do the work. They're paid by piece rate - which explains why there was fencing being done in that awful snow last week. 

We have the opposite.  It was all outsourced to either Carillion or Kier, can't remember which.  Anyhow, now nothing seems to get done.  

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3 hours ago, sarahbell said:

The local housing association employ contractors to do work. Who then employ other people to actually do the work. They're paid by piece rate - which explains why there was fencing being done in that awful snow last week. 

Coco Pop contractors?  Twiglets Fencing Company? ;)

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