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UK: H&M Among 37 Retailers Shamed for Paying Less than Minimum Wage

U.K. government Business Minister Jo Swinson is naming and shaming 37 employers that have failed to pay its workers the National Minimum Wage.

The companies involved owe workers a collective 177,000 pounds ($267,646) and have been charged with financial penalties amounting to over 51,000 pounds ($77,168). Since the naming regimen was assembled in Oct. 2013, 55 employers have already been exposed, totaling debts of 139,000 pounds ($210,185) and penalties of 60,000 pounds ($90,727).

Read more at Sourcing Journal.