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Holiday pay executive report

How did we get here? An analysis of case law

In light of the recent landmark EAT judgment on holiday pay and as the current holiday year draws to a close for many employers, we have produced a report which considers the current trends in the case law and analyses the potential risks and impact. We have also included recommendations on possible options to address this issue and suggest the next steps to protect your business. Essential reading for everyone involved in HR.

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The report is split into the sections below:

  • Calculating holiday pay: The UK legal perspective
  • Recent case law: A brief summary
  • Fulton and others v Bear Scotland Ltd; Wood and others v Hertel (UK) Ltd; Law and others v AMEC Group Ltd 
  • Retrospective claims and limitation periods
  • What should you do next? 
  • Action points

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This information is intended as a general discussion surrounding the topics covered and is for guidance purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice and should not be regarded as a substitute for taking legal advice. DWF is not responsible for any activity undertaken based on this information.

Holiday pay executive report

In light of the recent landmark EAT judgment on holiday pay and as the current holiday year draws to a close for many employers, we have produced a report which considers the current trends in the case law and analyses the potential risks and impact.

Download the report

Hannah Robbins

Partner

I am a very experienced employment lawyer and advocate in tribunal. I act on the full range of contentious and non-contentious employment issues.

Andrew Chamberlain

Partner - Head of Employment & Chair of the SDE

I am a Partner, the National Head of the Employment Team and the Chair of the Service Delivery Executive (SDE), which is focused on building better solutions for clients.

Judith Firth

Associate - PSL - client facing

I am an Associate and Professional Support Lawyer for the Employment team.