Do sleep-in shifts count as working time for National Minimum Wage purposes?

Do sleep-in shifts count as working time for National Minimum Wage purposes? The Supreme Court have held that sleep-in shifts will not count as working time, in the case of

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Do sleep-in shifts count as working time for National Minimum Wage purposes?

Do sleep-in shifts count as working time for National Minimum Wage purposes? The Supreme Court have held that sleep-in shifts will not count as working time, in the case of

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6 top tips to reduce frequent short-term absences at work

6 top tips to reduce frequent short-term absences at work A common issue faced by many businesses  is employees who repeatedly take the odd day off here and there. However,

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Uber loses Supreme Court case

Uber loses Supreme Court case In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court have held that Uber drivers are workers, rather than self-employed contractors. This is a decision which has been

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Do my employees have ‘the right to log off’ while working from home?

Do my employees have ‘the right to log off’ while working from home? A significant impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been the dramatic increase in home working. As many

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When can I conduct covert recordings in the workplace?

When can I conduct covert recordings in the workplace? This year, we have all had to adjust to new ways of working and, for many, that has included learning to

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