Article Tag: ECJ

Person Thought To Be Self-Employed Wins Backdated Holiday Pay

A recent European Court of Justice (ECJ) case between Mr King and The Sash Window Workshop has raised eyebrows between employers and raised the issue that if a worker is not provided with paid annual leave, that right will carry over until the worker has chance to take it. This could leave employers open to… Read more »

Should holiday pay include commission?

Under the Working Time Regulations 1998, workers have a right to paid annual leave, putting the worker in a comparable position financially as if they were in work. However, until the decision of an Advocate General of the Court of Justice, holiday pay in the UK was not required to include any commission that would… Read more »