A company director, who supplied manual labourers to a farm, has been banned for seven years after repeatedly failing to pay his workers the national minimum wage – cutting them out of nearly £69,000 in earnings.
Euro Contractors Services, operating much like a recruitment service, made the farm pay a fee for the supply of workers before the firm paid the labourers and took a percentage for administrative costs.
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