Posted on 14th March 2022
There has long been a misunderstanding about the provisions of accommodation and livery for the employees of equestrian businesses, with many yards offering livery, training, and/ or accommodation in lieu of a portion of wages. With the increases in minimum wages, many employers see this as a good way to counteract financial payment but unfortunately, this is not as simple as it seems!
The Equestrian Employers Association (EEA) has recently been focusing on this as part of their support and guidance around the increases of wages for employers.
“Accommodation offset explained:
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