If your employees work infrequent days or ad-hoc hours, having the answer to the question “How much holiday do I get a year” may somewhat catch you off guard. Whether it’s calculating annual leave for a contract of employment or working out how much holiday an employee has remaining for the year – our Holiday Calculation Table may prove useful on the notice board.
The result of 3 Employment Appeals Tribunals (EAT) regarding holiday pay on overtime has cast doubt over holiday calculations for employers who require staff to work overtime.
If you are contracted to work overtime or commission is used to make up your salary – better check the new ruling here or call 0117 9328145.
Many organisations rely on a seasonal workforce to make the wheels go round. Employing students and casual workers should not pose a problem with our payroll guide.
But if you have any particular questions call us on 0117 9328145
In the spring of 2014, an employer’s productivity will be compromised by four bank holidays in less than seven weeks and as certain business owners will well know, the ripple effect of this can be far and wide. Do businesses want calendar reform and follow the rhythm of the commercial year? Or should we hang onto our traditions from the past? >>
How many times have you already been asked “What days are we getting off for Christmas?” Do you want to have the answers and be certain you are not breaking the law? Do you have ad-hoc workers and you are unsure what they should be paid? Then worry no more! Our guide to holiday entitlement will certainly unwrap the mystery of calculating holiday pay for your staff.
We are very often asked about the nuances of Bank Holiday entitlement and an employee’s concern over rights and payments. Here are 10 historical and current Bank Holiday Facts.