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Holiday for permanent zero-hour contract workers should not be calculated pro rata

The Court of Appeal has confirmed in The Harpur Trust v Brazel that zero-hour workers employed under permanent contracts should receive 5.6 weeks’ annual leave calculated using the average rate of pay over the previous 12 week period – their entitlement should not be calculated pro-rata. What is the case about? Ms Brazel is employed... Read more »

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