The recent line of holiday pay cases has led to widespread media coverage suggesting some employers’ payroll costs are due to soar. Businesses have therefore been eagerly awaiting the Employment Tribunal’s decision in Lock v British Gas, which has now been handed down on the question of whether commission structures will impact holiday pay.
With school holidays under way, thoughts of UK employees are now turning to their summer holidays. Given the far-reaching implications of the recent case of Lock v British Gas, employers with employees on commission arrangements need to take special care when paying employees during annual leave.
The recent European Court of Justice decision…
Under California Labor Code 2751 (amended in 2012), effective January 1, 2013, employers must provide all commissioned employees who render services in California with a written contract detailing the method by which the commission shall be computed and paid. This law applies to all employers (both in-state and out-of-state) who pay commissions to employees working in California. Continue Reading Got “Receipt”? Effective January 2013, Employers Must Have Written Contracts for Commissioned Employees Working In California