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Supreme Court says workers not eligible for minimum wage while working shifts – BBC News




The Supreme Court has ruled that those who need to sleep in their workplace in the event that UK carers need it are not entitled to a minimum wage for their entire shift. If the case were successful, the care providers would have a bill of 400 million euros in a receipt stating that they could not pay. The unions say the ruling underscores the low pay that care workers receive. Sophie Raworth presents BBC News correspondent Alison Holt, social affairs correspondent. Please subscribe HERE




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