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Landmark Holiday Overtime Ruling – All is not Lost!

It has been widely reported that the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled in Bear Scotland v Fulton (and co-joined cases) that holiday pay is to include average overtime if employees work voluntary overtime as part of their job. Prior to this ruling, most employers were only paying basic salar

We were really impressed by the students we met at @LoretoCollegeSA careers fair today. Dil, Sophie, Sian & Kevin were on-hand for advice!


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