The government has announced emergency holiday carry-over measures to help businesses and employees during the coronavirus crisis.
If you have staff who can’t take their holidays—whether they’re sick, on furlough, or still working hard to support the country’s fight against coronavirus—their right to holiday carry-over has changed.
While the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR) insist holidays should be taken in the current year (except for certain instances), there are now new rules that you must follow and you’ll likely need more information on carrying over holiday entitlement at this challenging time…
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