The biggest number of firms found to have been paying below the national minimum wage have been named and shamed by the Government, including nurseries, pizza restaurants, a hotel and a fish and chip shop.
Details of 70 employers were published after they were fined a total of £70,000 for owing workers more than £157,000.
More than 160 employers have now been publicly named by the Government since a new regime came into force in 2013.
The ten companies which had underpaid by the most (total owed) were:
- East Midlands Crossroads - Caring for Carers, Nottingham, neglected to pay £37,592.56 to 184 workers
- Delcom Systems Ltd, Salisbury neglected to pay£11,731.52 to a worker
- S Hanns LLP, Chatham neglected to pay £8,448.84 to a worker
- The Apostolic Church trading as James Kane Nursery, London, neglected to pay £8,347.71 to 2 workers
- Young Friends Nursery Ltd, Hove, neglected to pay£6,789.71 to a worker
- Station Garage (Little Weighton) Ltd, Little Weighton neglected to pay £5,440.77 to 2 workers
- KRCS (Digital Solutions) Ltd, Nottingham, neglected to pay £5,161.85 to 5 workers
- Mrs Shirley Elvin trading as Seaton Garage & Engineering Co, Hull, neglected to pay £4,840.31 to a worker
- Pontcanna Hair Studio Ltd, Cardiff, neglected to pay£4,784.34 to a worker
- Carol Ann Daker trading as Swan Hill House Residential Home, Shropshire, neglected to pay £4,395.78 to 27 workers
Around 100 cases in the care sector are currently being investigated, which the Government believes are the "tip of the iceberg".
The biggest case in the new announcement was a caring company, East Midlands Crossroads, which owed £37,500 to 184 workers.
Other large sums owed to staff included £11,730 by Delcom Systems in Salisbury, £8,300 by the Apostolic Church in London, and £6,700 by Young Friends Nursery in Hove.
TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said: "We welcome today's list and encourage the Government to make public the hundreds of other minimum wage cheats they know about as soon as possible."