Date online: 18/11/2014

The recent Judgement of the Employment Appeal Tribunal has moved the goal posts on how much workers should be paid whilst on holiday.

Could your business be at risk of a claim from your workers?

The development made headline

The implications of the change on businesses who pay overtime, travel, regular sums in addition to basic pay and/or commission could be huge and have been described by the Institute of Directors as a timebomb, they also say the change has put many businesses at risk. Employers need to act FAST to review commission arrangements and introduce mechanisms to correctly calculate holiday pay with a view to preventing claims going back years.

Our dedicated Employment Team has studied the Judgement in detail and at our Employment Law Seminar our Senior Partner, Peter Rhodes will give clear, up to date practical advice on the implications for businesses of all sizes.

The seminar will be held at the Conference Room Hopwood Hall College, Middleton Campus from 9am – 11am on the 4th December. It is designed to help business owners, managers and all employees responsible for payroll. Cost £35 plus Vat including light breakfast.

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...or, alternatively, contact for a booking form. In the meantime if you need any advice at all my, please don’t hesitate to contact Peter Rhodes on 01706 356666 or 

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