Publish date

9 August 2017

Breathing Space For Social Care As HMRC Stops Pursuit Of Fines For Minimum Wage Failures

The government has announced a reprieve for care providers facing potential fines for failing to pay the minimum wage to staff during overnight “sleep-in” shifts. This follows a media campaign led by Mencap, who argued it would face a financial crisis if forced to pay the minimum wage for its workers.

This was first published in the carer on the 9th of August 2017. To read the full article please click on the following link:

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