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

Recent News & Events

Job Retention Scheme (Furlough) to open on 20th April 2020

Job Retention Scheme (Furlough) to open on 20th April 2020

Jim Harra, HMRC Chief confirmed to the Treasury Select Committee on 8 April 2020
Day 1 Right to SSP

Day 1 Right to SSP

We now have The Statutory Sick Pay (Coronavirus) (Suspension of Waiting Days and
Holiday and Carry Over Provisions for 2 years

Holiday and Carry Over Provisions for 2 years

The Minister for Economy yesterday has proposed to amend legislation to allow
Covid-19 – Stay at Home Guidance for Households

Covid-19 – Stay at Home Guidance for Households

The current advice from government on self-isolation is: if you live alone and you