Last month we covered the case of Brazel v Harpur Trust and how this has changed the way holiday pay should be calculated for casual, bank or zero hours workers. In essence the new method means, depending on work patterns, employees could potentially double their holiday pay. In some circumstance the holiday pay could be more than the annual salary, if the employee worked less than 6 weeks of the year!
To help employers with this change we have created a spreadsheet to calculate the difference between the two methods and show the potential liability, if any, for the difference in holiday pay. If this would be something you are interested in please contact us for more details.