2 thoughts on “If we MUST have a minimum wage, can we at least keep it simple?”

  1. Posted 09/03/2018 at 15:43 | Permalink

    I wonder what all this bureaucratic enforcement effort costs taxpayers?

    None of the policing of minimum wage legislation creates a penny of wealth, but I am willing to bet that it consumes a lot of wealth.

  2. Posted 10/03/2018 at 00:22 | Permalink

    Wagamama has the highest level of underpayments, £133,000. But that is over a 3 year period so works out at 32p per worker per week: 1p per hour for a full shift 2p for a 16hour shift. Let alone the basis of the decision.
    MRN Recruitment Limited is also named. They paid 265 workers £628 less over a 4 year period. That is a penny a week each. This is a rounding error and a government shakedown.

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