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Sports Direct minimum wage investigation to cover shop workers : Guardian.

Guardian understands HM Revenue & Customs investigation widened to look into pay of chain’s retail staff.

The official investigation into Sports Direct’s failure to pay its warehouse workers the national minimum wage is understood to have been widened to include the sportswear chain’s 13,000 retail workers. 614 more words


61chrissterry reblogged this on 61chrissterry and commented:

When an organisation is being investigated it should cover all who are employed within that organisation. Should the allegations be proven then Mike Ashley is also guilty, if only by association.

Employment unaffected by National Living Wage, survey reveals

Employers have raised prices or reduced profits rather than deciding to cut jobs in response to the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW), research from the Resolution Foundation suggests. 167 more words

In the dark over minimum wage compliance

THERE is “no accurate overall measure of non-compliance with the National Minimum Wage regulations and, as a result, it has been difficult to assess the effectiveness of HMRC enforcement activities over time,” says a report today by the National Audit Office. 66 more words

Employment Law

The N56,000 Minimum Wage Comedy

Not a few workers will be delighted at the proposal of =N=56,000 (Fifty-six thousand Naira) national minimum wage hy the Nigerian Labour Congress. Nothing excites a worker like more income. 830 more words

Seriously Speaking

War in NLC as Ajaero-led faction demands N90,000 minimum wage

A faction of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, led by Joe Ajaero, yesterday, rejected the N56,000 national minimum wage by the Ayuba Wabba-led NLC and Trade Union Congress of Nigeria, TUC, saying it was not in tune with economic realities being faced by workers. 34 more words

National Minimum Wage

To Pay Or Not To Pay - The National Living Wage

The much talked about National Living Wage (NLW) was finally introduced on 1st April this year for 25 and overs. While the National Minimum Wage (NMW) will still apply to those under 25, the NLW is a higher rate of pay of £7.20 per hour and is designed to encourage a reduced reliance on state benefits. 156 more words


Chancellor warns businesses not to cut perks to compensate for National Living Wage

Chancellor George Osborne has issued a warning to businesses that choose to cut perks for their employees in order to compensate for the additional costs generated by the implementation of the National Living Wage (NLW). 141 more words