Should travel time be included in holiday pay?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 2 August 2019
If travel time is paid, working say on a project, so this is again really goes to the complexity of the thing, so it's a project. So it becomes normal but only for the duration of that project. Where does that come in?
Scott: Now, this isn't travel allowances. This is travel time.
Seamus: I think this just comes down to what is normal pay, which is going to have to be assessed on a case-by-case basis on the individual. You know, we have discussed, like you said there, if it's a case of the employee who has to fill in this sheet at the end of each month saying I claimed so much managed and I get so much pence for it, that's an expense towards what you've had to do for your work. That's
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