Holidays & Holiday Pay Workshop

Holidays & Holiday Pay Workshop

WORKSHOP:  Holidays & Holiday Pay – All you need to know
DATE:      Tuesday 6 December 2016
TIME:      10.00am-12.00pm
LOCATION:    EEF Northern Ireland Offices
COST:      £75 plus VAT Members; £100 plus VAT Non-Members

In light of the developing case law in respect of holidays and holiday pay, we are holding a practical based workshop on 6 December 2016 to consider the complexities of calculating holiday pay to include commission payments, bonus and overtime as well as the impact of sickness absence on holidays.

The workshop will:

  • Review the main legal changes affecting the calculation of holiday pay, including what should be included in the calculation and how to address the interaction between sickness and holidays
  • Consider the risk areas for employers in respect of potential holiday pay claims
  • Discuss what steps employers can take to minimise the risk of exposure to successful claims
  • Address the operational challenges faced by employers in complying with their legal obligations

To help ensure we address Members’ questions on a practical level, we would invite you to submit any specific queries you have to us by email in advance to kathryn@eefni.org. Confidentiality regarding the identity of any Member who has submitted a query will be maintained.

If you wish to attend please complete the booking form below or contact John Gibson on 02890595053.

Booking Form

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