Holiday Entitlement & Pay: Episode 48

Holidays

Frequently Asked Question about Holiday Entitlement & Pay

Following a surprising question from an employee client I thought that it would be helpful to dedicate an episode to answering some of the frequently asked questions abut holiday.

In this episode I will cover:

  • The background to holiday entitlement and pay in the UK
  • The Working Time Regulations requirements
  • Notice periods for taking holiday
  • Who is entitled to take holiday
  • How to calculate holiday pay
  • When you can pay in lieu of holiday
  • When holiday can be carried forward to the next year
  • Rolled up holiday pay

 Action Points

Review your contracts and policies to see if you have holiday entitlement and pay covered. Check to ensure that your part-time staff are treated the same as full time staff with holiday, and review how much you are paying employees when they are on holiday.

Helpful Links

Online Holiday Calculator

Holiday & Sickness Absence: Episode 25

Commission & Holiday Pay

How much should I pay during holidays? Episode 10

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