Government acts after sleep-in back pay ruling

By Dan Peters and Sam Clayden | 26 July 2017

The Government has responded after a tribunal ruling granted sleep-in support workers up to six years of back pay.

It announced measures today to temporarily suspend minimum wage enforcement activity for social care sleep-in shift pay and waive historic financial penalties against employers in this area.

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