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Sleeping care worker only "available" for work and not actually working for minimum wage purposes

Author: Darren Newman

Darren Newman

Consultant editor Darren Newman looks at a recent case in which the Court of Appeal ruled that a care worker required to sleep on the employer's premises was simply "available" for work rather than actually working, and therefore caught by the sleepover exemption in the minimum wage legislation.