Supreme Court’s “sleep-in” ruling puts pressure on government to reform pay law
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The time an employee is contractually required to sleep on-site does not count towards national minimum wage (NMW) calculations, the UK Supreme Court has held in a landmark decision that will be greeted with relief by social care employers while also putting pressure on the government to increase funding for the hard-hit care sector.


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