Football clubs and high street chains named among 179 underpaying employers Hundreds of UK employers, ranging from Premier League football clubs to 200-year old clockmakers, have been named and shamed by the government for failing to pay staff a proper minimum wage.
__________________________________________________________________________________ Indeed, Gardiner said the research has sparked new debates about whether the issues surrounding gender in the workplace go beyond the gender pay gap. The research found that women are much less likely to get paid for the extra hours they put in. Indeed, a third of women are paid for working overtime compared to a half of men. Women are also more likely to feel stressed and run down due to work, and are more likely to work overtime to progress their careers compared to their male counterparts. It also showed that women are more likely to perform work-related duties in their own time. Other findings from the research were that workers in London come off worst, averaging 10.56 hours overtime each week. Some 11 per cent of those in the capital work over 30 hours extra per week. Those working in Glasgow, on the other hand, appear to fare better, with 60 per cent claiming they do get paid for the extra hours they put in. East Anglia may be the place to be, however. Almost half of those working in the region said they were not stressed due to work. A good salary has topped the league table of career priorities among UK workers
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