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BEIS: Not so good with the name thingies.

“I’ve never been too good with names,” sang Evan Dando and The Lemonheads on the title track of their fifth album It’s a shame about Ray in 1992. The song (and the album) is an indie classic that has easily … Continue reading

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Enforcement of the NMW – a fair sport?

Earlier this month, the newly re-named Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS, formerly BIS) named & shamed another batch of 197 NMW rogues. With six months having passed since the last batch, in early February, BEIS was able … Continue reading

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NMW enforcement: what the **** is going on, Mr Boles?

“Our policy of naming and shaming employers who ignore the law means there are consequences for their reputation as well as their wallets.” So said BIS Minister Nick Boles in February, when naming & shaming another 92 employers for non-compliance … Continue reading

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BIS, you cannot be serious!

So, with markedly less media hoo-ha than on previous occasions, BIS today ‘named & shamed’ another 92 employers for breaching the national minimum wage (NMW). The relative dearth of national media coverage may reflect the absence from this tranche – … Continue reading

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