Are employees entitled to carry over holidays to the next year?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 9 November 2018
Scott: It has indicated, if you haven't read it, listeners, it's indicated throughout that this case will be appealed. It seems fairly clear. Now, moving on slightly, there was a case that also came out on Tuesday. It was an ECJ case. It's actually on the weekly review of developments if you subscribe to Legal-Island. It's the Max Planck Institute case.
Scott: So, tell us a little bit about that, Seamus.
Seamus: I did come across this case this morning in relation to whenever I got email from Legal-Island with my annual review and it's been a busy week. I had a quick look. This case is really around looking at if we use the old snooze you lose type of scenario in relation to
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