holiday pay


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holiday pay

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Unions will expose nasty schemes that try to cheat workers out of the minimum wage and holiday pay.
In calculating holiday pay, the council's position was that the overtime payments were not "normal remuneration" and should not be included in the calculation because they were not "intrinsically linked" to the performance of tasks required under the individual's employment contracts.
The union said the decision confirms that anyone whose pay includes an element of results-based commission is entitled to have their holiday pay based on both basic pay and any commission earned.
The FIRST Union says its clear after surveying silviculture workers across the North Island that paying workers below the minimum wage and withholding holiday pay it is business as usual in the industry.
The issue has been brought into focus by an ongoing tribunal in London involving four cycle couriers who claim they are entitled to holiday pay from their client companies.
Decent amounts of holiday pay for all is a relatively recent win, fought for by generations of trade unionists, and guaranteed by the EU.
General secretary Frances O'Grady said: "Decent amounts of holiday pay for all is a relatively recent win, fought for by generations of trade unionists and guaranteed by the EU.
In addition, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has confirmed that employers must take into account overtime and commission when calculating holiday pay for their workers.
Some employers deliberately stop staff from taking the leave and holiday pay they're entitled to, whereas other workers lose out from poor management and failure to keep up with the law.
This decision, by the Employment Appeal Tribunal, con-firmed non-guaranteed overtime payments should be included in the calculation of holiday pay under the Working Time Directive.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) had already determined in May 2014 in the case of Lock v British Gas Trading Limited that contractual commission, determined by sales achieved, should be included in the calculation of holiday pay.
The judgement means that overtime, shift payments, unsociable hours, payments and travelling time payments that are currently excluded from holiday pay could be included in it.