Working Time Rights Comparison: NI, ROI and GBPosted in : Comparative Employment Law Table on 20 August 2018
This podcast discusses developments in relation to working time, most of which are driven by case law. The vast majority of developments in working time have been fact-sensitive cases, mostly to do with the notion of holiday pay as opposed to issues of rest, which the legislation was designed to address.
Keywords: Working Time; Holiday Pay; Overtime; Accrual of Annual Leave; Record Keeping
The following recording features of voices of Mark McAllister, an employment relations manager from the Labour Relations Agency, and Ciara Fulton, a partner in the employment law firm of Jones Cassidy
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