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Article on sleep ins in November 2014 Homecarer

Sleep ins and the National Minimum Wage

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Recent Employment Appeal Tribunal judgments have led many to believe that workers, who undertake sleep-in shifts, must be paid the National Minimum Wage for every hour of a sleep-in duty. Anna Dabek of Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP explores the impact of the recent decisions on UKHCA members in an article that appeared in November 2014 Homecarer entitled "Should providers lose any sleepover minimum wage decisions?".

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