My colleague, HR expert, Sarah Peters, had the following thoughts on the below article.
'The worst excuses given by bosses for not paying staff the national minimum wage have been revealed. It’s all part of the Government’s £1.7m campaign to raise awareness among workers about how much they should be earning. The campaign will feature bus and billboard advertising starting next month and comes ahead of an increase in the national living wage, for those aged 25 and over, to £7.50 an hour on 1 April.'
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has released 10 of the worst excuses for not paying the national minimum wage, as the Government launches a £1.7 million awareness campaign to help workers understand how much pay they are entitled to.