sleep-in

sleep-in

(slēp′ĭn′)
adj.
Living at one's place of employment: a sleep-in housekeeper.

live′-in`

(lɪv)

adj.
1. residing at the place of one's employment: a live-in maid.
2. living in a cohabitant relationship.
n.
3. a live-in person.
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This is the reality for care support employees working 10-hour "sleep-in" shifts at the homes of patients with mental health difficulties on Merseyside.
This is the reality for care support employeesworking10-hour "sleep-in" shifts at the homes of patients with mental health difficulties on Merseyside.
NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE FOR SLEEP-INS The Court of Appeal says people working sleep-in shifts, such as nurses and care workers, are not entitled to the National Minimum Wage for time spent asleep where they were 'available for work' and not 'actually working.'.
He said: "I'm talking about direct action - the kind of thing I have in mind is a sleep-in.
Union Unison is campaigning against the decision by Alternative Futures Group (AFG) to end top-up payments for support workers who do "sleep-in" shifts at people's homes.
The recent decision in the Court of Appeal confirms that most workers who sleep during a 'sleep-in' shift are not entitled to the national minimum wage while asleep.
"It provides an extensive range of services, from daily calls and sleep-ins to bespoke live-in care services.
With my many fond memories of NGO sleep-ins there decades ago, the place had been second home.
Hancock would make a strong start by tackling the pressing issues of the LEDER report and the Sleep-Ins crisis.
After enjoying the sleep-ins and the bathroom, Parry and Evans left with a haul of goods including PlayStations, games and an Apple MacBook worth PS1,200.
It provides a range of services, from daily calls and sleep-ins to bespoke live-in care services.
Beating insomnia Keeping regular sleeping hours with no Sunday sleep-ins can help, and wearing moisturewicking fabrics in bed.