• With holiday season nearly upon us, in this 30-minute bitesize webinar, employment law expert Abigail Brightwell reviews some of the key recent case law decisions relating to holiday pay, including the decisions in East of England Ambulance Services NHS Trust v Flowers and Smith v Pimlico Plumbers Ltd.

    Webinar content

    We are seeing a rise in employment tribunal cases from workers seeking back holiday pay and queries regarding calculations.

    In this session we provide top line coverage of recent key case law, and discuss what this means for how businesses should approach the issue of holiday pay.

    This includes:

    • What the case law has determined should be included within holiday pay
    • How far back holiday pay claims can go
    • The reference period for holiday pay calculations

    Key benefits

    Get guidance on matters to consider when managing staff holiday, including best practice process and procedure to avoid any legal pitfalls.

    Who should watch?

    This webinar will be of value to HR managers and those with HR and payroll responsibilities.

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    Webinar presenter

    Abigail Brightwell joined Brachers’ Employment team in 2011. She has represented several NHS Trusts in cases covering unfair dismissal (including constructive dismissal), unlawful deduction from wages, discrimination and whistleblowing.

    Abigail advises on a broad range of day-to-day workplace issues, both contentious and non-contentious, and is regularly called upon to give advice on settlement agreements.

    She also provides training for employers, focussing on providing practical guidance for businesses.

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