A contractor providing cleaning staff to Premier Inn purportedly set unrealistic targets for housekeeping staff, who were forced to work unpaid overtime as a result.
An undercover Channel 4 Dispatches programme found that housekeepers employed by ISS Cleaning to work at a Premier Inn branch near London Bridge were expected to clean three rooms per hour, regardless of the size or state it was left in and sign for a half-hour break whether they took it or not – the Daily Mail reports.
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