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Three Scottish Clubs 'Named And Shamed' For Underpaying Staff

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 12 / 12 / 17

Three Scottish football clubs were "named and shamed" for underpaying staff, according to the BBC. Scottish Premiership side Motherwell and Scottish Championship clubs Greenock Morton and Falkirk were on a list of employers not paying the minimum wage. A list of 28 employers "breaching pay rules" in...

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