EAT guidance on national minimum wage domestic worker exemption

In Julio v Jose UKEAT/0553/10 and other cases; [2012] IRLR 180 (EAT), the EAT examined the provisions excluding certain domestic workers from national minimum wage entitlement.

Note: This case was subsequently heard by the Court of Appeal, see Legal update, Court of Appeal: domestic workers were exempt from the national minimum wage.

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