Greed of employers exposed by the TUC
Here is a list of just a few greedy employers who put profit above the welfare of their workers.
The latest update shows that a total of £2.1 million was found to be owed to more than 34,000 workers following investigations by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs dating back to 2011.
Named employers have been made to pay back what they owed, and were fined an additional £3.2 million.
3 years ago a Cllr for my ward who is also a licensee, was penalised for not paying the minimum wage yet the Local paper ran his rebuttal of the penalty where he claimed it was all a big mistake by the Inland Revenue and now resolved. An FOI to the Revenue and Customs revealed that neither he, or anyone else, had appealed let alone make a successful appeal
It’s always worth checking what they say!
· Mr Mohammed Asif, trading as Supawash Laundrette, Rochdale, OL12, failed to pay £4972.55 to 3 workers· Brighter Beginnings Day Nursery Limited, Oldham, OL9, failed to pay £4139.44 to 45 workers· Cheshire Central Limited, trading as Cheshire Central Car Valeting Centre, Stockport, SK5, failed to pay £3425.11 to 4 workers· Oldham Athletic (2004) Association Football Club Limited, Oldham, OL1, failed to pay £2812.38 to 6 workersBankfield Residential Care Limited – Dissolved 18 September 2018, Bury, BL9, failed to pay £1785.09 to 40 workersMr Samuel T Farnell, Mr Gary Farnell, Mr Anthony P Farnell and Mr Gregory M Farnell, trading as Acorn Cleaning Services, Manchester, M1, failed to pay £737.14 to 1 worker In Solidarity.
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