Non-guaranteed overtime and holiday pay - second CIPP research survey

04 March 2015

As the payroll profession is aware, late last year the UK Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Bear Scotland versus Fulton, ruled that holiday pay should include non-guaranteed overtime. The CIPP conducted a survey with professionals to understand what this ruling might mean in practice. Since then, in late December the government introduced some measures to try and give some certainty to businesses in respect of the potential costs with this ruling.

The government has a taskforce to look at all the implications of this ruling and of course the British Gas v Lock case, following its appeal hearing which has been delayed. The CIPP would like to understand how the payroll profession is coping with this new legislation so far, to be able to feed into the taskforce, set up by Vince Cable MP.

Please spare 5 to 10 minutes (depending on the amount of information) to complete this second CIPP survey.

The survey closes at midnight 20 March 2015. Thank you in advance for your help.