It is the end of another day for Hassan, a migrant worker from Morocco who has spent the past 12 hours under a sweltering late summer sun harvesting vegetables in one of the vast greenhouses of Almería, southern Spain.
Like other workers in El Barranquete, Hassan says he earns only about €5 (£4.50) an hour, well under the legal minimum wage.
Spanish minimum wage is €1,000 and change a month. 12 hour days at €5 an hour are above that.
“Or when you look at the payslips, it says €58 a day, which is minimum wage
Sure, hard job for low wages in difficult conditions. But what actually is this minimum wage that isn’t being paid?