Bollington releases care and charity whitepaper on ‘Sleeping-in and the Minimum Wage’

Whitepaper discusses the impact of HMRC's more recent interpretation of 'living wage' rules for sleep-in workers in the sector.

Following consultations with a number of care and charity service providers, Bollington has picked up on the concerns of its clients regarding sleep-in workers and their wage requirements.

There is currently much debate about the interpretation of the rules which, added to the ongoing funding challenges for social care generally, are putting care and charity organisations under real pressure.

In this whitepaper, Bollington discusses what this means for carers and their employers, including:

  • A summary of the issues and how this is affecting the sector
  • What is the law regarding sleeping-in and the minimum wage?
  • How does this affect carers?
  • What is the latest from HMRC and the Government?
  • What is the future?

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Download your copy of the whitepaper and find out the latest guidance on this important issue for care and charity sleep-in workers and their employers.