Employment Rights For A Worker In York
Employment Rights For A Worker – ML Solicitors Claims Advice; Are you in search of expert legal advice with regards to the employment rights for a worker at your organisation in York? The highly qualified and experienced legal team at Oakwood Solicitors could offer accurate advice and still to suit your business needs ensuring that you operate fairly and in full compliance with all current employment legislation at your company in York.
Personnel Today published an article on Thursday 1 August 2013 written by Rob Moss questioning if annual leave carries over when a worker is on long-term sick.
The article says "The issue of holiday pay during long-term sick leave has received further legal clarification after the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the extra eight days’ annual leave that UK workers are entitled to does not carry over to the following year when the worker is on long-term sick leave".
It explains "In the case of Sood Enterprises v Healy Mr Healy went off sick in July 2010 for nearly one year after which he resigned. He brought a tribunal claim against his employer because he was not paid fees accrued but taken annual leave in 2010 or 2011."
Has an employee brought a tribunal claim against you for denying their statutory employment rights for a worker employed by your company in York? If an employee feels that you have breached their contractual terms and conditions or denied them statutory rights the highly skilled and intelligent legal professionals at Oakwood Solicitors could work with you to achieve a swift and cost-effective solution to the issue to alternative dispute resolution but could also provide outstanding litigation services if these are required that an employment tribunal hearing to help protect your business interests.
The above-mentioned article goes on to say "The employment tribunal ruled that the Working Time Regulations 1998 gives workers the right to receive payment in lieu of unused annual leave. The appeal in this case related to how much of the holiday could be carried forward from 2010 to 2011. The appeal panel that in the absence of any agreement to the contrary Healy was entitled to carry over only 20 days’ holiday under European law. He was not entitled to carry over the additional eight days or ‘1.6 weeks’ to which UK workers are entitled under the Working Time Regulations 1998."
The employment and commercial law specialists at Oakwood Solicitors could provide accurate advice and guidance with regards to what rights you need to provide for a worker at your company in York ensuring that employment contracts fair whilst also protecting the best interests of your business and also making sure that you are operating in full compliance with all current employment legislation at all times; so consult with our helpful advisers today over a no obligation call to discover how our experts could help you on: 0113 200 9720.
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