Holiday Pay - The Case of Agnew v PSNIPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 5 July 2022
So there was much excitement in Legal-Island when a couple of weeks ago, spotted on LinkedIn that Agnew has been relisted for Christmas. It's proper employment law geek stuff, but I think the bottom line, Seamus, as we were chatting before, is we need an answer on this.
We were all extremely downhearted when it looked like it was going to settle, which, of course, the parties wanted to settle. Of course, they do. But in the legal world, we want an answer because this mishmash of "taking a bit from here and a bit from there" case law makeup of our holiday pay is just not great at the minute.
So what's all the fuss about Agnew
Seamus: Well, I would assume that most people will have some
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