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|26 May 2010||Still Sick of the Working Time Regulations? Where are we now after the decisions in Stringer and Pereda?||Ben Collins, 1 Crown Office Row||Lecture Notes|
|12 May 2011||Top Tips for Tackling Working Time||Ben Collins, 1 Crown Office Row and Sheila Fahy, Allen & Overy||Lecture Notes|
|1 Sep 2003||Rolling Up Holiday Pay||Henry Clinton-Davis, head of the employment and HR team at Hale & Dorr, solicitors||ELA Briefing||For a number of years UK employers have been facing conflicting court decisions as to whether it is lawful for them to roll up holiday pay into their workers’ pay packets, rather than paying holiday p...|
|1 Jul 2005||Holiday Entitlement and Pay||Connie Cliff and Anna Fletcher, associates, Wragge & Co||ELA Briefing||gives every worker the right to four weeks’ paid holiday a year, or proportionally for part of a year. This seems straight- forward, but over the past few years many WTR-based tribunal claims have rev...|
|1 May 2006||Holiday Pay - An Update||Alexandra Porter, Thomas More Chambers||ELA Briefing||
The purpose of the Working Time Regulations is to ensure accordance with European Community Health & Safety obligations. These include employers allowing workers to take at least 20 days’ paid holi...
|6 Sep 2012||Developments in Working Time Regulations and National Minimum Wage||John Bowers QC, Littleton Chambers||Lecture Notes|
|13 Dec 2012||Employment Law in 2012 and 2013: The game changers||Bruce Carr QC, Devereux Chambers and Marian Bloodworth, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP||Lecture Notes|
|14 Jan 2013||Ministry of Defence Consultation -Future Reserves 2020: Delivering the Nation’s Security Together - November 2012||Consultations|
|7 Feb 2006||'Partly unmeasured time' exemption removed from Working Time Regulations||Employment News||Regulations have been approved by Parliament that will remove the 'partly unmeasured working time' exemption from the Working Time Regulations 1998 SI 1998/1833.|
|10 Mar 2006||UK in breach of Working Time Directive, finds Advocate General||Employment News||The Advocate General's Opinion has been given in the case Commission v United Kingdom (C-484/04), finding that the UK Government has failed adequately to implement the Working Time Directive (No.93/10...|