A recent case could impact heavily on the owners of furnished holiday lettings, according to Howes Percival's tax expert Stuart Maggs. The dispute
A male employee's partner is expecting a baby next April.
In October the Coalition Government confirmed that it will implement the Additional Paternity Leave (APL) Regulations for parents of babies due on or after the 3rd April 2011 or adoptive parents notified as having been matched with a child on or after 3rd April 2011.
An Employment Tribunal rules that the employer's payment of holiday pay for 2009 extinguished the employee's claim for unpaid holiday pay for 2008.
The Sheffield Employment Tribunal has ruled that an employee who had been absent due to sickness for 15 months was entitled to be paid his entire statutory holiday (which spanned 2 holiday years) under the Working Time Regulations (WTR) upon termination of his employment.
The Government has announced that they will consult shortly on new regulations that will allow mothers to transfer some of their maternity entitlement to the father.
A world away from Westminster and MPs’ generous food allowances, the rest of the working population and their employees have a new set of rates for claiming the cost of breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The House of Lords has ruled that claims for holiday pay under the Working Time Regulations can be brought as an unlawful deduction from wages claim.
There are a number of changes in April including the repeal of the statutory dispute resolution procedures, introduction of a new ACAS Code, changes to the right to request flexible working, and increases to statutory holiday entitlement, SSP and SMP.
The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") has ruled that workers who are absent due to sickness continue to accrue paid annual leave.