Where Does Your Business Stand Legally on Holiday Pay?
Holiday Pay is changing due to recent court cases, however do you know where your business stands from a legal point of view?
Holiday Pay is changing
The result of two cases will have repercussions across the UK as new rules and regulations come into place. The UK Working Time Directive states that full-time employees are entitled to 5.6 weeks off each year, including bank holidays. This works out for a 5 day-per-week worker at 28 days, 20 days plus the 8 bank holidays. The European Working Time Directive stipulates that workers are entitled to only four weeks per year. There has always been a discrepancy between the two regulations, but these new rules resulting from the employment tribunals should clear things up.
The Free Guide
We’ve written a free guide titled, “Holiday Pay: is it legal?” to help businesses understand where they stand from a legal point of view. Additionally, the guide explains a background to Holiday Pay legislation, the rules around the calculation of Holiday Pay, and how IRIS can help in the form of the unique IRIS Holiday Pay Module.
Get educated to get prepared. The “Holiday Pay: is it legal?” guide is the perfect way to start.
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