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JPP Law Blog

Employment Law
Sleep-in care workers ‘not entitled to minimum wage’

Care workers sleeping at their workplace were "available for work" rather than "working" and so were not entitled to be paid the national minimum wage for the whole of their sleep-in shift.

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Employee heard manager say her dismissal was ‘work in progress’

A pharmacy dispenser has won her claim of constructive dismissal after her employers spoke openly about her case before it had been concluded.

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Optician was discriminated against following maternity leave

An optician has won her claim of unfair dismissal and discrimination after her employer tried to reclaim training costs following her maternity leave.

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Two days made all the difference in employer’s right to dismiss

Timing can be crucial when deciding to dismiss an employee, as shown in a recent case before the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT).

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