Minimum wage scandal | John Lewis & Pret among firms 'named and shamed' for underpaying workers by £2m

John Lewis & Pret among firms 'named and shamed' for underpaying workers by £2m

Big brands such as Pret, McColls, John Lewis and Welcome Break are among hundreds of firms named and shamed by the Government for failing to pay workers the minimum wage.

A new Gov.uk paper has today listed 191 UK companies which broke the law on the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage between 2011 and 2018.

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