Calculating holiday pay for workers with irregular hours or those on zero hours contracts workers with irregular hours or zero hours contracts are entitled to paid holiday. This case demonstrates that adopting the approach of simply paying 1207 annualised hours as holiday or increasing hourly rates by 1207 to include an element for holiday pay rolled up holiday pay may produce the wrong result for employees and may leave you vulnerable to claims for unlawful deductions from wages for the previous two . Find examples for working out holiday pay where theres no fixed hours or pay on govuk from 6 april 2020 how a weeks pay is calculated for holiday entitlement will change from 6 april 2020 if you do not have regular hours or regular pay youll need to look at the average pay you got over the previous 52 weeks instead of 12 weeks. Calculating holiday pay for workers who do irregular hours can be daunting enough but recent reporting by some publications of the recent employment appeal tribunal decision in the case of brazel v the harpur trust ukeat 0102 17 has left many scratching their heads as to the practical implications in an attempt to make things a little clearer here is a potted summary of the case and its . Up until march 2018 employers calculated workers accrued holiday pay on the basis that holiday pay accrues at the rate of 1207 for every day worked with effect from march 2018 this figure must be replaced by 175 for term time employees and workers at independent schools who work irregular hours the calculation is as follows
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