Broch restaurant “named and shamed” over minimum wage

Accountants have reported that some clients living and working in Scotland are receiving new tax codes that don't have the required S prefix
Accountants have reported that some clients living and working in Scotland are receiving new tax codes that don't have the required S prefix

A Fraserburgh tandoori restaurant has been “named and shamed” for not paying the national minimum wage to five of it’s employees.

Broch Tandoori, also known as BRaj Tandoori, underpaid five of their staff members by £193.46 the UK Business Minister, Nick Boles, revealed today.

Mr Boles said: As a one nation government on the side of working people we are determined that everyone who is entitled to the National Minimum Wage receives it.

“There is no excuse for not paying staff the wages they’re entitled to.”

The minister said that policy of naming and shaming employers who ignore the law means there are consequences for their reputation as well as their wallets.

The naming and shaming scheme was revised in October 2013 to make it simpler to name and shame employers that do not comply with minimum wage rules.