Case law continually produces changes to employees’ statutory holiday leave and pay entitlement, which is covered in this informative course, along with the various types of leave and the calculation of pay.

Why you should attend

Holiday pay and leave has been recently subjected to numerous case law decisions and statutes, becoming a difficult provision to manage correctly. Administering this statutory and often contractual right usually falls to payroll and HR to jointly handle and this course is aimed at both disciplines.

Commencing with a detailed explanation of the impact of influential case law and statutes and the differences between the different types of annual leave, delegates are taught how to apply these parameters to a range of circumstances from backpay to part-time entitlements. The interaction between holiday leave and sickness and maternity leave is also explored.
 

What you will learn

To provide delegates with the underpinning knowledge, case law and statutes which govern holiday pay and leave calculations and apply this knowledge in a range of circumstances, so they can manage this provision for their organisations accurately and professionally.

  • Be aware of legislation affecting holiday pay and leave
  • Appreciate the implications of the different types of annual leave entitlement
  • Know how to calculate entitlement for starters, leavers and part-time workers and pro-rata bank holiday entitlements
  • Know how to calculate holiday pay

Course content

  • The legal framework for holiday pay and leave
    • Overview of relevant legislation
    • Overview of relevant case law
  • Annual leave entitlements
    • Identifying the three types of annual leave
    • Identifying the leave year
    • Calculating entitlement for starters and leavers
  • Calculating holiday pay
    • Defining a week’s pay for holiday pay calculations
    • Calculating holiday pay
    • Latest case law implications and future legislative changes
  • Part-time and irregular workers
    • Calculating pro-rata entitlements to annual leave
    • Handling changes during the leave year
  • Interaction of annual leave with other absences
    • Accruing entitlement during other absences
    • Carrying over entitlement due to other absences
  • Record-keeping and resolving disputes
    • Identifying record-keeping requirements for holiday pay and leave


 

Continuing your learning

Creating a payroll procedure manual:
Calculating the entitlement of holiday pay is one of many obligations that Payroll Supervisors and Managers have to incorporate into their continually-evolving procedural documentation.
This course covers the theory and practicalities that need to be considered when designing a procedures document that all payroll departments need to ensure all statutory and contractual obligations are managed efficiently and professionally.

Overpayment recovery workshop:
For many reasons, holiday pay is occasionally overpaid to employees. The rules governing the right to reclaim overpayments from employees are complex and must be managed with caution. This course clarifies the impact of case law and statues on this subject and identifies the best practice for reclaiming overpayments and minimising the risk of them arising.

Termination payments:
Holiday pay is a common component of termination packages. This course will elaborate on when this and other payments are due in which circumstances. Also, the calculation methods and whether they are liable to statutory deductions or are partially or wholly exempt is explored. 

Booking information

For more information please email admin@cipp.org.uk or call us on 0121 712 1000. 

Closing date for bookings is two weeks prior to the course date.

In-house delivery

The CIPP can offer in-house delivery on most training courses.

In-house delivery can be very attractive for organisations as they can train large numbers of employees* at a reduced rate, without the additional associated costs, such as travel and 'lost time'.

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*Minimum number of delegates apply