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Minimum wage offenders in London: distorted perceptions of delinquency

In October 2013, a new “name and shame” regime was introduced for employers who had been identified as breaching National Minimum Wage (NMW) regulations. Since then, the government’s business ministry (now known as BEIS – pronounced as “baize”), has been… 1,241 more words

Project Donors

Pay the NMW - no excuses

The government has revealed ten of the most bizarre excuses used by unscrupulous business owners who have been found to have underpaid workers the NMW. 321 more words

Employers

Coffee and the minimum wage - A short reflection

Coffee and the minimum wage – Huge congratulations to the NEDLAC partners on agreeing to a national minimum wage. (edit: written just before the signing… 482 more words

Opinion

Speak Up! - It’s time for the voice of the manned guarding sector to be heard

I’m Peter Webster, chief executive of Corps Security, and this is where I examine the issues affecting the security industry. My thoughts and opinions are intended to generate debate, and whether you agree or disagree with them, you’re welcome to post your comments below. 848 more words

Industry Comment

The SIA Chief is open to debate

I’m Peter Webster, chief executive of Corps Security, and this is where I examine the issues affecting the security industry. My thoughts and opinions are intended to generate debate, and whether you agree or disagree with them, you’re welcome to post your comments below. 882 more words

Industry Comment

Age at work stories at Christmas: from Santa's helper to retirement

Well, after scouring our alerts, I have found a couple of seasonal age at work stories.

The TUC devotes a section of its website to what it calls… 323 more words

In The News

Abundance and the polarisation of wealth

When you stop and think about it, society, civilisation, the growth of human kind, has only been possible because of abundance and that each person, save a few less fortunate who we are perfectly capable of supporting, is capable of producing a great deal more that we individually need to live on. 1,212 more words

Politics