The Court of Appeal has held that, where there is ignorance of rights in that an employee didn’t know that she was entitled to the National Minimum Wage, she nevertheless resigned because she wasn’t paid it.

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Draft regulations proposing to increase the NMW rates from 1 April have been published.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld a tribunal’s finding that Uber drivers had worker status for the purposes of the national minimum wage and working time rights.

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The clocks go back on 29 October and this may have an impact on nightworkers. How employers handle this should depend on the wording of staffs contracts and rules relating to the National Minimum Wage, rest breaks and night working.

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John Lewis has set aside £36m to cover potential back payments to staff after pay averaging policy was found to breach National Minimum Wage rules.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has heard appeals relating to 3 cases where the question was whether sleep-in workers who have to carry out duties if required, engage in ‘time work’ for the full duration of the sleep-in shift or whether they…

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The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has named and shamed a record number of employers for failing to pay the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage.

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