Dr Sian Moore of the Working Lives Research Institute in London said: "These companies are driven by profit and the only way they can achieve these profits is to lower wages of workers.
What does WLRI stand for?
WLRI stands for Working Lives Research Institute (London Metropolitan University, UK)
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The British government and European Union should do more to make migrant workers aware of what benefits they are entitled to, says the report by the Working Lives Research Institute based at London Metropolitan University.