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How long will it be before the calculation of holiday pay stops being a problem? Not for some time yet, it seems. In the UK, a worker is entitled to be paid during annual leave at a rate of a week's pay for each week of leave. Although this is easy to...

Anyone who read my last blog on zero hours contracts may have been surprised to hear recently that a bill aimed at banning the use of such contracts will shortly have its second reading before parliament. Don't worry. The Zero Hours Contracts Bill is a private members bill and so...

It's now official: nothing exciting happens in February… We have become used to the statutory rates of a week's pay for calculating redundancy payments and the basic award in unfair dismissal claims, as well as the maximum compensatory award in unfair dismissal claims being increased annually on 1 February. From this year...

It was reported on 7 January 2014 that the HR Director of Goodyear was one of 2 executives who were taken hostage in France by a disgruntled workforce, which barricaded them in a room by using a (Goodyear?) tractor tyre. The price of the executives' release was either a promise...