U.K. government Business Minister Jo Swinson is naming and shaming 37 employers that have failed to pay its workers the National Minimum Wage.

The companies involved owe workers a collective 177,000 pounds ($267,646) and have been charged with financial penalties amounting to over 51,000 pounds ($77,168). Since the naming regimen was assembled in Oct. 2013, 55 employers have already been exposed, totaling debts of 139,000 pounds ($210,185) and penalties of 60,000 pounds ($90,727).

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