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Disputes relating to holiday pay have generated some quite controversial decisions in the European Court of Justice (ECJ) over the last few years, some of which have led to the UK courts making amendments to UK law – writing in new words - in order to be compliant with the ECJ decisions. Take for example changes written into the legislation that allowed for employees to carry-over their holiday entitlement following long-term sick leave and others made to ensure that overtime and allowances were included in the calculation of an employee's holiday pay.
The employment status arguments in Uber B.V. and others –v- Aslam and others rumble on as Uber takes the case to the Supreme Court. Here we look at the earlier decisions made by the Court of Appeal and what's next for the gig economy workforce.
All employers are under an obligation to ensure that their workers are paid at least the national minimum wage or national living wage. The latest HMRC Bulletin highlights the most common mistakes that are found to be behind underpayments.
Just what should you say when leaving an out of office message? Should it be funny, apologetic or just short and simple? Last week, one BBC News magazine article asked the question “Should holiday email be deleted?”
Here we consider dress codes, and highlight that discrimination is not the only issue that an employer should consider when it decides to tell employees what to wear.
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