BUSH HOUSE CARE HOME in Pembroke has been named and shamed today (Mar 9) for underpaying six workers £687 between February 2015 and 2017.
The Government has named 182 employers from around the UK who have underpaid a combined total of £1.11m to more than 9,000 workers on minimum wage.
The worst offender in the UK, Wagamama, underpaid a total of £133,212 to 2,630 workers between April 2013 and 2016.
Alan Cairns, the Secretary of State for Wales, said: “Every worker is the UK is entitled to at least the national minimum or living wage, and the UK Government will ensure they get it.
“That is why we have named and shamed these employers who failed to pay the legal minimum, sending the clear message to employers that minimum wage abuses will not go unpunished.”