Employment: Holiday trouble - what are the implications of Harpur v Brazel?

In this webinar, we focus on the Supreme Court decision: Harpur v Brazel to understand why it was made and what the implications are for employers.

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Just when we thought it was relatively safe to go back into the water... 

The Bear Scotland case and subsequent cases from a few years ago outlined holiday entitlement. However, the Supreme Court in Harpur v Brazel handed down a judgment this summer which, to mix our metaphors, put the cat amongst the pigeons as regards to holiday arrangements for part time and atypical workers. 

In our end of year HR webinar, Andrew Secker and Kate Watkins focus on the Supreme Court decision to help understand why it was made. They'll explain what it means for employers who engage individuals working part time or for part of the year and how you'll need to calculate and pay holiday entitlement moving forward. 

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