Holiday Pay Ruling 2017

Inclusion of Voluntary Overtime in Holiday Pay

Inclusion of Voluntary Overtime in Holiday Pay On the 31st July 2017, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) handed down its latest decision on the holiday pay ruling and held that voluntary overtime pay should be included when calculating holiday pay. The EAT referred to previous Court of Justice of the EU decisions which highlighted that…

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supreme court

Supreme Court Rules that Tribunal Fees are Unlawful

Supreme Court Rules that Tribunal Fees are Unlawful The Supreme Court has allowed Unison’s appeal and has held that fees for those bringing Employment Tribunal claims are unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants. The government introduced fees in 2013 which ranged between £390 and £1,200, with the…

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exclusion, workplace bullying

Social Exclusion at Work

Social Exclusion at Work Over 91% of employees felt that their organisation did not deal with the consequences of social bullying. Social exclusion or social bullying is a more subtle form of bullying than physical bullying. A poll by the CIPD suggested that almost 66% of employees felt that the bullying they suffered was social, for…

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