last month it was overtime, this month it is commission to be added to holiday pay

In what appears to be an emerging trend to emulate actual regular pay rather than basic pay, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has held that holiday pay should include commission if commission forms part of an employee’s remuneration. Last month I reported that overtime (or its notional equivalent) should be included in holiday pay…

data protection versus data access

It never ceases to surprise me that employees can be so horrified when action is taken against them following the misappropriation and/or misuse of information belonging to an employer. All employment contracts incorporate an implied duty to keep confidential  information belonging to the employer and not in the public domain. Confidential information in the nature…

right to request flexible working extended to most employees

Most employers are familiar with the procedure to be applied when dealing with flexible working applications which have been around, on a legislative basis, since 2003. Initially the right to request flexible was confined to the parents of children under six or of disabled children under 18. In 2007 the right was extended to carers of adults…