On 3 November, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled in the co-joined appeals of Bear Scotland Limited v. Fulton & Baxter, Hertel (UK) Limited v. Wood & Others and Amec Group v. Law & Others that it is wrong for employers to only take into account basic pay when calculating how much an employee should be paid while they are on holiday.
Find out more about employment law with our selection of articles and guides to help you identify best practice for your business.
The ICAEW Library publishes a series of articles offering advice aimed at members who are responsible for, or who have an interest in, HR.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act sets out the latest reforms of employment law introduced by the coalition government. All employers will be particularly interested in the Early conciliation provisions.