In Leisure Leagues UK Ltd v Maconnachie, the EAT holds that a payment in lieu of holiday made on termination of employment should be calculated by reference to a daily rate of pay based on the number of working days in a year (233 days), and not by the number of days in the calendar year (365 days).
Continuing our regular series spelling out the implications of important cases which have been heard recently in the appeal courts.
This week's case roundup, covering the meaning of a "detriment" within race discrimination and payment in lieu of accrued but untaken holiday on termination of employment.
In Witley & District Mens Club v Mackay, the EAT holds that a provision in a collective agreement denying pay in lieu of outstanding holiday entitlement to a worker dismissed for dishonesty, which was incorporated into his contract of employment, was rendered void by the Working Time Regulations 1998.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to accrued salary and holiday pay.