Tag Archives: European Court of Justice

Annual leave allowance for zero-hours workers

The German case of Heimann and anor v Kaiser GmbH has recently clarified a vexing issue for employers: that the annual leave allowance for short-time workers should be calculated on a pro rata basis, as if the worker was a … Continue reading

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Update – an unsuccessful candidate’s entitlement to information regarding the recruitment process

The recent case of Meister v Speech Design Carrier Systems GmbH, in the European Court of Justice, has held that an employer is not obliged to disclose information on the successful job applicant to an unsuccessful job applicant, who meets … Continue reading

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The Working Time Regulations and holidays – are we finally seeing some solutions?

The Government is currently consulting on proposals to amend the Working Time Regulations to permit the carry-over of annual leave, by those employees who are unable to take it in the year which it accrues due to sickness absence. As … Continue reading

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