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However, a limited number of staff were identified as having been underpaid the national minimum wage.
Between them the Welsh employers named and shamed today underpaid 159 workers a total of PS76,659.
This park underpaid two workers PS5,903 over a seven month period in 2016.
They say the biggest offender in Greater Manchester, in terms of the amount, is Shine Hair and Beauty, in Wythenshawe, who underpaid a total of PS9,936 to seven workers.
According to the Commission - the body charged with overseeing and setting the national minimum wage - women made up two thirds of up to 580,000 underpaid workers.
AN employment agency that laid on thousands of underpaid workers for Mike Ashley's Sports Direct has been hit with a PS730,000 bill.
They will also have to hand over around PS2m in back pay to more than 13,000 to the workers they underpaid.
M & M garages owner Ghaffor Hussain denied having underpaid the one worker listed.
Director at HM Revenue and Customs, Melissa Tatton, said: "HMRC is committed to getting money back into the pockets of underpaid workers, and continues to crack down on employers who ignore the law.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Feeling like you might be underpaid can be one of the most disheartening aspects of work.
LANDLORDS who rent out residential property in Huddersfield are being warned to act now - as an HM Revenue & Customs campaign to recover tax it believes is being underpaid each year in the sector reaches a PS20m milestone.
Included in the list is a school in Edinburgh, which underpaid an employee by GBP3,739 and a garage in Bradford which failed to pay an employee GBP6,426.
Global Banking News-June 5, 2014--Banks have significant amounts of underpaid PPI compensation
President Aquino's relatives' claim that they were underpaid over Hacienda Luisita smacks of excessive greed.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has launched legal action against the owner-operators of a Melbourne marketing and distribution business, alleging 12 employees - including young and foreign workers - were underpaid more than $35,000.