As many of you will have read. The judgment in Brazel v Harpur Trust has caused lots of issues for employers who engage casual or zero hours staff. For the uninitiated the judgment means that any holiday pay calculation should substitute non-working weeks with weeks with pay from the previous year when calculating holiday pay. [...]
Friday has rolled round which means we have another case of the week for you to read. Last time out we looked at redundancy procedures and tribunal award uplifts. This week we are looking at calculation of holiday pay for casual or zero hours workers. This is actually a case we covered in 2019 that [...]
The Harpur Trust v Brazel: How should holiday pay be calculated for casual workers who only work part of the year or term-time?
Good morning and welcome back to your weekly case law update. Last week we had two cases for you, the first concerned trade union negotiated collective agreements and the second looked at contractual illegality and the right to work in the UK. This week we revert back to the mean and only have […]