Holidays

All employees should receive 5.6-weeks holiday a year. We all know those employees who never manage their time and fail to take holidays.

 

How can businesses protect themselves from having to pay that out?



Ensure you have a policy and procedure for managing holidays which should include:

•Regular written reminders if holidays are not being used.
•The ability to track when holidays are approved or denied.
•The ability to serve notice to an employee to make them take holiday.

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Failing to pay outstanding holiday pay for a leaver

No matter why an employee is leaving your business, they are entitled to holiday pay accrued to their last day. This is the case even if you dismiss them. Make sure you pay them accurately by using a holiday calculator adjusted to take account of their leaving date. 

Neglecting to accrue holiday for overtime hours  

It is easy to forget that employees also accrue holiday pay for any overtime they work. Stay on track of extra hours that your employees work, record additional hours or holiday accruals. 

Being overwhelmed with claims for unpaid holiday at the end of the year

The regulations state that all employees should receive 5.6-weeks holiday a year. We all know those employees who never manage their time and fail to take holidays. How can small businesses protect themselves from having to pay that out? 

Ensure you have a policy and procedure for managing holidays which should include:

  • Regular written reminders if holidays are not being used. 
  • The ability to track when holidays are approved or denied. 
  • The ability to serve notice to an employee to make them take holiday. 

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