The department for Business Enterprise and Industrial Strategy have issued the following information and guidance. Monday 19th September 2022 will be a bank holiday to coincide with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral bank holiday to mark the last day of the period of national mourning Monday 19th September 2022, the date of Her … Continue reading 19th September 2022 confirmed as State Funeral and Bank Holiday
King Charles III has approved, at the ceremony St James palace proclaiming him as monarch, a bank holiday across the United Kingdom for the day of the funeral of his mother Queen Elizabeth II. The date of the Funeral is yet to be confirmed but it is believed to take place ten days after the … Continue reading State funeral will be a public holiday
The Supreme Court have dismissed the Harpur Trust appeal against the Court of Appeal ruling on percentage holiday pay scheme being unlawful. The court confirms that the minimum holiday pay due must comply with the Employment Rights Act 1996 (and as amended) under section 224. The case related to a Part Year Worker who until … Continue reading Supreme Court Holiday Pay ruling – 12.07% is unlawful
People are being urged not to leave their application for a British passport to the last minute, with demand currently at an all-time high. Since April 2021 HM Passport Office has been advising people to allow up to ten weeks when applying for their passport. This advice remains. Due to COVID-19, HM Passport Office saw … Continue reading Allow up to ten weeks to apply for a British passport
Families struggling financially, or facing illness, isolation or bereavement, will have an opportunity for a weekend break thanks to a new government fund. ‘England for Everyone’ fund will provide holidays and trips for more than 800 families facing difficult timesFamily Holiday Charity will use the funding to arrange trips for families during 2022It help those … Continue reading 800 families facing tough times to be offered holidays
Holiday entitlements and pay are some of the most misunderstood and abused employment rights law in the UK. Statistics show that 1.8 million workers and employees are denied their holiday pay rights amounting to underpayments of £1.8 billion. A number of myths abound in UK employment practice, especially around the concept of Holiday Accrual, Holiday … Continue reading Holiday accrual, how does it work?
Now that restrictions are starting to lift, our minds may turn to travel and holidays. The UK has left the European Union and there are new passport rules for travel to Europe. Use the governments passport validity checker to plan ahead now. Check a passport for travel to Europe PAYadvice.UK 29/6/2021
The TUC working in collaboration with Mother Pukka, would like to hear from parents about childcare and the upcoming summer holidays. The pandemic has had a significant impact on parents and the childcare sector. With the six weeks holidays approaching the TUC want to hear from parents about what childcare provision and support is available, … Continue reading How are you managing childcare provisions and support?
Charter provides clear information for passengers outlining their rights and responsibilities when travelling this summer. Passenger COVID-19 Charter published as people allowed to begin travelling again internationally for leisurecharter details how holidaymakers can travel safely, including information on passenger rights and responsibilities, what to do if things go wrong and how to stay safe abroadAviation … Continue reading COVID-19 Charter for holidaymakers launched