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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the EU law requires a worker’s statutory holiday pay to take commission payments into account: it should not be based solely on basic salary (Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd, C-539/12, 22 May 2014). The case is not over yet, but its outcome is potentially costly for employers with workers who are entitled to commission. Emma Perera from our UK member firm Lewis Silkin LLP explains the potential consequences.
Originally posted on the Ius Laboris Knowledge Base: www.globalhrlaw.com