Updated to flag up that the World Cup runs from 14 June to 15 July 2018.
Updated to include information on The Sash Window Workshop Ltd and another v King, in which the ECJ considered if a worker should be able to carry over unused holiday.
Anyone deemed to have "worker" status must be able to carry over paid annual leave, even if they have not had the opportunity to take it, the European Court of Justice has ruled.
The European Court of Justice has held that a worker must be able to carry over unused holiday when the employer does not put that worker in a position to exercise the right to take paid annual leave.
In this Portuguese case, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has held that the weekly rest period of 24 hours may be granted on any day during each seven-day period, and not necessarily the day following six consecutive working days.
Updated to include information on Marques da Rosa v Varzim Sol, concerning the timing of the weekly rest period.
A Japanese-based firm recently granted its non-smoking employees additional holiday. Should UK employers follow suit by considering introducing such a policy? Sue Kelly and Selena Arbe-Barnes from Winckworth Sherwood consider how it might work.
A government scheme designed to help social care providers comply with minimum wage legislation has been described as a "suicide note".
As a result of the way in which the Easter bank holidays fall in 2018 and 2019, some employers will breach their employees' annual leave rights unless they furnish them with an extra day's annual leave.
A model contract clause setting out an executive director's position in relation to the working time rules on paid annual leave, working hours, rest breaks and night working.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to working time.