Holiday Pay FAQ & Update - July 2019

Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 4 July 2019
Seamus McGranaghan
O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors
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Given the importance of the recent NI Court of Appeal decision in Chief Constable of the PSNI & Northern Ireland Policing Board v Agnew & Others [2019], this edition of Employment Law at 11 was a Holiday Pay Q&A special edition.

Seamus McGranaghan (Partner) answers your holiday pay questions in light of the recent decision, including:

  • Will the logic in the PSNI v Agnew case be applied to all sectors of employment, public, private and third?
  • Do employers have to pay average pay for all holidays or just the 20-day entitlement under the Directive or the 28-day entitlement under the Regulations?
  • What period(s) should be used to determine average normal pay?
  • What does ‘normal’ mean

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This article is correct at 04/07/2019

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Seamus McGranaghan
O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors

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