Employment Briefing — May 2014: national minimum wage
To coincide with the 15th anniversary of the national minimum wage, HMRC has revealed some of the more unusual reasons given by employers for not paying the legal wage. Some elaborate excuses given to HMRC were:
‘I know I am paying them too little, but they are happy to work for this amount because they are getting experience.’ …
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