What does the EAT holiday pay and overtime ruling mean?

Author: G. Steele (Browne Jacobson)

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27 November 2014

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What does the EAT holiday pay and overtime ruling mean?


The Structural Engineer
What does the EAT holiday pay and overtime ruling mean?
Date published

27 November 2014

Author

G. Steele (Browne Jacobson)

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

First published

27 November 2014

Buy Now
Author

G. Steele (Browne Jacobson)

Gemma Steele of Browne Jacobson explains the implications of the recent tribunal ruling for employers in the UK.

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1
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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