Pay boost for care workers following tribunal

By Martin Ford | 15 September 2020

A group of homecare workers have been awarded £100,000 in backdated pay in a tribunal ruling that could have further implications for the sector.

The employment tribunal ruled that carers making home visits should be paid for time spent travelling between people’s houses, in a case brought by the Unison trade union against contractors for Haringey LBC.

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