These 20 UK employers failed to pay large numbers of staff minimum wage

Almost 140 companies, including some of the biggest high street brands in the UK, have been revealed to have failed to pay their workers the minimum wage between September 2016 and July 2018

Thursday, 31st December 2020, 2:46 pm
These are the companies that have failed to pay their employees the national minimum wage

This is the first time that the government has named employers for failing to pay the national minimum wage since 2018. These are the top 20 worst offenders - from Tesco to Pizza Hut, Superdrug to Byron Hamburgers.

This employer failed to pay £5,096,946.13 to 78,199 workers.
This employer failed to pay £845,936,41 to 10,980 workers.

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This employer failed to pay £15,228.57 to 2222 workers.
This employer failed to pay £6,492.52 to 484 workers.
This employer failed to pay £31,198.61 to 407 workers.
This employer failed to pay £11,285.34 to 269 workers.
This employer failed to pay £25,867.06 to 257 workers.
This employer failed to pay £7,562.66 to 193 workers.
This employer failed to pay £7,303.41 to 192 workers.
This employer failed to pay £6,170.97 to 170 workers.
This employer failed to pay £6,900.72 to 146 workers.
This employer failed to pay £2,837.04 to 139 workers.
This employer failed to pay £43,470.16 to 128 workers.
This employer failed to pay £37,346.46 to 104 workers.
This employer failed to pay £6,319.05 to 101 workers.
This employer failed to pay £63,431.51 to 99 workers.
This employer failed to pay £1,152.09 to 90 workers.
This employer failed to pay £3,062.03 to 77 workers.
This employer failed to pay £3,747.52 to 58 workers.
This employer failed to pay £40,275.17 to 55 workers.