Holiday pay entitlement ....continues....
17 March 2010
Following the case of Stringer, the Tribunal in the case of Rawlings v The Direct Garage Door Company held that an employee was entitled to be paid for the holiday he had been unable to take during his period of long-term sickness absence. Mr Rawlings` sickness absence carried though for the whole of 2005 until his termination of employment in 2006.
In this case, the Tribunal held that there was an unauthorised deduction of wages.
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