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National Minimum Wage - Has a tribunal changed interpretation of 'working time'?

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An employment tribunal made headlines in September 2020, ordering three employers to make significant back payments to staff who had been underpaid the National Minimum Wage.

In this briefing, Matthew Wort, Partner at Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP, explains the possible implications of the ruling and offers suggestions for homecare providers to reduce the risks of successful claims.

The judgment is at: Ms E Harris and Others v Kaamil Education and others Linked judgments

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