Posts Tagged Holiday Pay

Employment Highlights November 2018

Monthly highlights for November include a further judgement on whether somebody was a worker or self-employed, clarity on untaken annual leave – if it was required, and whether a comparator was treated less favourably. Annual Leave In November, the ECJ handed down judgement in two German cases

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Employment Highlights – November 2017

Highlights this month were outstanding holiday pay for those wrongly classified as self-employed or contractors and how far back they can claim; the employment status of Uber drivers and Deliveroo riders; unfair dismissal and confirmation that the tribunal fees have now been repaid. Holiday pay and working

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May 2017 Employment Highlights

This month, read on for the importance of getting timing right in appeals when a case was not accepted at an EAT, even though it was just one hour late. Concerns about the ‘gig’ economy and holiday pay for those on zero hours contracts. Also, what happens

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Holiday Pay Ruling

The European Court of Justice’s ruling in the British Gas v Lock case will cause concern for all employers who have staff paid on a commission basis and also those who pay overtime.

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Limits for holiday carry over due to sickness

European Court limits carry forward rights for holiday accured during sickness absence The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has given a ruling in a recent case that the right for workers to carry over any holiday that is untaken due to absence only applies

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