Holiday Pay

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2015 Employment Bills Moving Through The CA Legislative Process

Thursday, June 5 marked the last day for bills to pass out of their house of origin in the California Legislature. Here is a summary of some key employment bills that made it through (followed by some significant bills that...more

Pensions News - March 2015

In This Issue: - Budget 2014 reforms - Budget 2015 - The Pensions Regulator - Legislation - DC Charges and Governance - Case Law - HMRC - Public Service Pension Schemes - Other News - On the...more

Shared Parental Leave in the UK

Is it good to share? New Shared Parental Leave (SPL) and Statutory Shared Parental Pay (ShPP) rules allow eligible employees to share up to 50 weeks' leave and 39 weeks' pay in the year following a child's birth or...more

Be Global - March 2015

Brazil: Limit on Employer Obligation to Deduct Union Dues - The Brazilian Supreme Court has recently enacted Binding Precedent no. 40, which states that union support contributions are only payable by those who are...more

Holiday Pay – The Case Continues

In the latest in a long-running series of cases on holiday pay, the Employment Tribunal has handed down its first judgment in Lock v British Gas Trading Limited....more

Lock v British Gas - eagerly awaited holiday pay Judgment now handed down

The recent line of holiday pay cases has led to widespread media coverage suggesting some employers’ payroll costs are due to soar. Businesses have therefore been eagerly awaiting the Employment Tribunal’s decision in Lock v...more

Holiday pay decision in Lock v British Gas commission case

Kate Hodgkiss, a Partner in our Edinburgh office comments: The employment tribunal has handed down its decision in Lock v British Gas, one of the on-going holiday pay cases, this one concerning commission. Unfortunately the...more

Zero Tolerance of Zero Hours Contracts

Zero hours contracts are favoured by many employers in the United Kingdom due to their flexible nature, allowing them to respond to fluctuating demands for services. According to the Office of National Statistics, in the...more

Be Global - A look ahead to key international employment law developments expected in 2015

In This Issue: - ASIA PACIFIC: - Australia: Gender Equality Reporting Update - China: Predicted Increase in Collective Bargaining - China: Compliance with 10% Cap on Dispatch Workers - Hong Kong:...more

Manufacturing Matters – Winter 2015

In This Issue: - Pre-action costs protection in environmental claims - Shared Parental Rights – what you need to know - Due diligence on your partner in China – are you talking to the right person? - An Interview...more

UK Employment Law – Things to Expect in 2015

Now that we have eased into 2015, it’s time to think about the key employment law issues we’ll be facing in the year ahead. The general election in May will, of course, hold most of our attention, but there are other...more

Things to Expect in 2015

Now that we have eased into 2015, it’s time to think about the key employment law issues we’ll be facing in the year ahead. The general election in May will, of course, hold most of our attention, but there are other...more

Construction And Engineering Briefing - December 2014: Holiday Pay - Counting The Cost This Christmas

It's that time of year again. The decorations are out, Christmas parties are in full swing and the construction industry is gearing up for its annual shut down period. With the holiday season fast approaching, employers will...more

Holiday Pay – UK Government Introduces Two-Year Limit on Claims for Back Pay

The UK Government has introduced legislation to help employers deal with the fallout of recent decisions indicating that pay for statutory holiday should include, and should always have included, overtime and other...more

Government action on holiday pay claims

BIS has announced this afternoon that a statutory instrument is being laid before Parliament to limit back pay in holiday pay claims to a maximum of two years. ...more

Be Global - November 2014

UK: Potential for significant increase in cost of holiday pay - The UK Employment Appeal Tribunal recently handed down judgment in the closely watched appeals in a number of cases concerning the calculation of holiday...more

UK Employment Alert: UPDATE: Unite Will Not Appeal Holiday Pay Ruling

Unite, the trade union that backed the majority of the claimants in Bear Scotland v Fulton regarding the calculation of holiday pay, has announced it will not appeal the Employment Appeal Tribunal decision....more

Case Update: Workers will not Appeal Holiday Pay Overtime Ruling

We recently reported on the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s (EAT) important decision on the calculation of holiday pay. This decision established that payments in respect of “non-guaranteed overtime” must be taken into account...more

Non-Guaranteed Overtime to be Included in Holiday Pay

Following on from our Hot Off The Press legal update, we report in more detail below on the much publicised decision of Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton UKEATS/0047/13 & Others in which the UK Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT)...more

UPDATE: Unite Will Not Appeal Holiday Pay Ruling

What Has Happened? - One effect of the EAT’s judgment was to dramatically limit workers’ rights to bring Employment Tribunal claims for historic underpayments of holiday pay. It had been widely expected that Unite...more

Retailers Can Avoid Holiday Headaches in New England by Complying With Holiday Pay Laws

In addition to the restrictions on opening in certain New England states, retailers with stores in Massachusetts and Rhode Island should also be aware of their obligation to pay their employees holiday pay (i.e.,...more

Case Alert: EAT Rules that Holiday Pay Includes Allowances and Non-Guaranteed Overtime

In a landmark decision, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has decided that payments in respect of “non-guaranteed overtime”, which is overtime that an employer is not required to offer, but an employee is required to work...more

Important New Case on Holiday Pay: 7 Things UK Employers Need to Know

UK Employment Appeal Tribunal’s decision could expose UK employers to claims of underpaying holiday pay in the past. 1. What are all the headlines about? On Tuesday, 4 November 2014, the UK Employment Appeal...more

Hot off the Press: UK Holiday Pay - All Change?

A decision reached on 4 November 2014 by the Employment Appeal Tribunal is likely to have major implications for employers calculating holiday pay. The EAT found that overtime which an employee was required to work should be...more

Holiday Pay - Not As Bad As It Could Have Been

Yesterday, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) gave its long-awaited decision in Bear Scotland v Fulton and Ors on whether or not overtime should be included in holiday pay....more

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