Satwinder Singh Khatter and Tejinder Singh Khatter, owner of The Bath Hotel in Reading in Britain's Berkshire, neglected to pay 1,237.79 pounds (around $2081) to two of its workers, Evening Standard reported on Sunday.
A total of 25 employers were named, including a hire company, a hairdressers, a hotel and a retail outlet.
Between them, they owe workers more than 43,000 pounds in arrears, and face fines totalling over 21,000 pounds, the report said.
It is the biggest number of employers publicly named since last year.
The Government also plans to increase fines, so that an employer underpaying 10 workers could face penalties of up to 200,000 pounds.
The national minimum wage in Britain is currently 6.31 pounds an hour for adults and will be raised to 6.50 pounds from October.
"Any worker who is entitled to the minimum wage should receive it. If anyone suspects they are not being paid the wage they are legally entitled to they should call the Pay and Work Rights helpline on 0800 917 2368," Willott added.
The Government earlier this year introduced a series of tougher measures to crack down on employers who break National Minimum Wage law.
All the employers named in the list were investigated by HM Revenue & Customs after workers made complaints to the free and confidential Pay and Work Rights help line.
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