Dealing with absences and calculating holiday pay

Dealing with absences and calculating holiday pay Dealing with absences and calculating your businesses’ holiday pay for employees is an important part of organisation that can effect crucial areas such as productivity, morale and overall reliability. Making your system one that is attractive yet efficient to your company’s needs is key, so if you need… Continue reading

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Cases to look out for in 2017

__   Court decisions due on workers’ rights, holiday pay and religious discrimination Organisations keeping an eye on employment case law may experience a sense of déjà vu this year as some of the ‘cases to look out for’ that featured in last year’s previews are subject to further appeals this year, and others, which… Continue reading

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Appeal rejected in landmark holiday pay case

Unison defends ruling at EAT to secure money for workers on commission An appeal in a landmark case on holiday pay has been rejected by the Employment Appeal Tribunal today, meaning people who earn commission will see their pay bumped up to include it. The decision in the long-running saga of British Gas v Lock… Continue reading

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