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More than 90 companies 'named and shamed' for failing to pay minimum wage

5th February 2016  | Latest News Management

More than 90 employers who owed workers over £1.8 million by failing to pay the national minimum wage have been "named and shamed" by the Government. The companies are in sectors including hairdressing, social care, hospitality and security, with most of the total, £1.7 million, owed by Total Security Services of London. It was the biggest single amount of money for a company discovered since the Government started naming and shaming firms…

Earnings figures show 'clear gender divide', says job site's new report

5th February 2016  | Finance Latest News

Women are more likely than men to be underpaid, highlighting a "clear" gender divide, according to a new report. Jobs site Adzuna said three out of five women could be earning less than their "market value", compared with two in five men. Consultants, designers and charity workers are among the most underpaid staff, said the report. Doug Monro, co-founder of Adzuna, said: "Adzuna's data shows average earnings amongst female employees to be 13%…

25p budget shop easyFoodstore forced to close early as customers clear shelves

5th February 2016  | Latest News Management

EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou's newly-opened budget food store has been forced to temporarily close after customers stripped the shelves bare of its 25p products. EasyFoodstore, in Park Royal, north-west London, is due to reopen tomorrow morning at 9am once it has restocked. A notice on the store's website said the store closed after "queues of customers" arrived to take advantage of the 25p promotion that attracted "huge publicity," adding "hence we…

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