Employers commonly pay employees, typically salespeople, commission as part of their performance-related pay.

One area of controversy is the treatment of commission in holiday pay calculations (Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd).

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Holiday pay: why are employers still getting it wrong?

3 Feb 2020

Many employers are still not getting their holiday pay calculations right, but are they to blame? Ashleigh Webber looks at...

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Top 10 HR questions December 2019: Sickness absence and unused annual leave

3 Jan 2020

How much control can employers have over the timing of employees’ annual leave?
Employers with holiday years that run from...

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When should we pay commission to employment agencies?

31 Aug 2018

The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Business Regulations are still causing headaches, 15 years after they were introduced. Ally Tow...

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HR horrors: How to flee four frightening scenarios

31 Oct 2017

Halloween is upon us, but what are the most common HR horrors and how should employers deal with them? Alexandra...

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Six important employment law cases in 2017

28 Jul 2017

The decision by the Supreme Court that the employment tribunal fees system is unlawful may be one of the most...

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The European Court of Justice

Payment for leave not taken carries over, says ECJ legal advice

9 Jun 2017

If an employer does not provide a worker with paid leave, that worker’s right to it carries over until they...

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British Gas refused right to appeal in Lock holiday pay commission case

28 Feb 2017

British Gas has been refused leave to appeal by the Supreme Court in the long-running case regarding the payment of...

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Employment law cases 2017: seven decisions to look out for

14 Dec 2016

We round up seven significant employment law decisions expected in 2017, with cases pending on employment status, equal pay, whistleblowing,...

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The 10 most important employment law cases in 2016

30 Nov 2016

What were the most significant employment case law decisions in 2016? Stephen Simpson counts down the 10 most important judgments...

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Holiday pay commission ruling: Court of Appeal judgment in Lock v British Gas

7 Oct 2016

Holiday pay must include compensation for any results-based commission that...

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Five important employment law cases in 2016… and five more to come

21 Jul 2016

Your annual summer round-up of the most important employment law cases 2016 has seen so far, and those still to come…

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Lock holiday pay case heard at Court of Appeal

13 Jul 2016

Lock and another v British Gas Trading Ltd, the highly anticipated case on including commission payments in holiday pay calculations,...

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The webinar will look at all forms of leave, genuine or not.

Leave and absence: managing attendance fairly (webinar)

21 Jun 2016

ON DEMAND | What happens when employees take holiday, fall sick, or have other reasons that affect their attendance?

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Lock holiday pay case: Court of Appeal hearing set for July

4 May 2016

Law firm Eversheds has said its appeal on behalf of British Gas against the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision in ...

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