Had hired someone to work for me. They were on shift pattern working 8 hour days, with 30 minutes non paid lunch break. Then one day was struggling with bills, even helped them by being a guarantor to get a place to rent. The staff member suggested if i could give them some more hours the business didnt have the need for it but wanted to get them back on their feet, got them to fill in a working time regulation form as they were prepared to working longer days starting at 8 finishing at 6, extra two hours with a 30 min to one hour lunch break, so would pay them for 9.5 hours a day. That helped them tremendously, until they wanted holidays, i was like holidays will have to be paid at your normal 8 hours and not with the extra 2 hours which was done only to help you. That was ok, until just recent, started sending me information from ucas that they want paying their holidays at 9.5 hours, the business is now in difficulties due to covid, which could force us to close or reduce staff in office or remotely and they are the only staff left, covid has also proved that the company can be done all online without off or remote worker. Am i wrong in thinking that i am busting my ass to keep this staff on, keeping business going and they are trying to find every route to get more money from me. As a director i have not qualified for none of the government scheme, business is just breaking even just to pay bill, can't even draw a salary, they are they only one who have benefited in this rough times we all are in and i am not here feeling sorry for myself but just think i've done all i can do to help but they are doing all to squeeze me and sending stuff from acas. Any advice would help.