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ABSENCE MANAGEMENT

Not back from annual leave as return flight cancelled

An employee has sent an e-mail saying they’ll be a few days late returning to work from annual leave as their flight back to the UK has been cancelled. As they say it’s not their fault, what should you do now? More...

HOLIDAYS

Warning if your holiday year is 1st April - 31st March

Due to the way the bank holidays fall in 2018 and 2019, some employers will be in breach of the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR) if they don’t give their employees an additional day’s holiday. What do you need to know? More...

HOLIDAYS

Going on holiday: can you ask them to help out?

One of your employees will soon be taking a two-week holiday. During that time it would be really helpful if they could deal with any urgent queries. Can you ask them to still be available for work on this basis? More...

HOLIDAYS

Statutory paid holiday rights post-Brexit

The Prime Minister has now triggered Article 50 and the UK is on course to leave the European Union. When we eventually do, what will happen to employees’ existing statutory paid holiday rights? More...

HOLIDAYS

Holiday pay case: the latest

The Supreme Court has refused permission for an appeal in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd - a long-running case that involves holiday pay and commission. So what happens now? More...

HOLIDAYS

Holidays: don’t bank on it!

Due to the way the bank holidays fall in April and May 2017, many employees will be able to take 18 consecutive days off work using nine days’ holiday. If this doesn’t suit you, can you say “no”? More...

HOLIDAYS

Statutory holiday entitlement in their last year

Every employee is entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks’ paid annual leave each holiday year. But suppose an employee is leaving. How is the matter of holiday dealt with in their final year of employment? More...

HOLIDAYS

Can you change your annual leave year?

If your annual leave year is causing problems, you might want to alter the existing start and end dates. Can you do this and, if so, what happens to your employees’ holiday entitlement whilst you effect the change? More...

HOLIDAYS

New hires and statutory holiday entitlement

All workers are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday in each leave year. But what happens when a new employee starts work part-way through your leave year? How is their statutory holiday entitlement calculated? More...

HOLIDAYS

Holiday dates refused, taking the time off anyway

An employee recently submitted a holiday request which you rejected for legitimate business reasons. However, she’s now informed you that she will be taking that time off anyway. What should you do now? More...
Last updated: 17.12.2018

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