Baxter v Titan Aviation Ltd - Avoiding confusion between "working time" and "working" for minimum wage purposes [2011] EAT

Although similar questions may arise, and similar principles be in play, between cases involving the Working Time Regulations 1998 and the National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999, nonetheless the two sets of regulations are distinct and separate. A tribunal should only introduce considerations of what is "working time" under the WTR into the question of when a worker "works" under the NMWR, and vice-versa, with extreme caution to avoid causing confusion.

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