‘Rolled-up’ pay ruling should cut tribunal tollOn 19 Aug 2003 in Personnel Today The number of firms taken to tribunal over alleged unpaid holiday leave ispredicted to fall, following recent rulings by the Employment Appeal Tribunal(EAT) on ‘rolled-up’ holiday pay. Sharon Latham, an employment specialist with law firm Clarke Willmott,believes the EAT’s decision that rolled-up holiday pay can be permitted in manycases – provided it is clearly incorporated into contracts of employment – willreduce employment tribunal claims on the subject. Rolled-up holiday pay essentially means employees are pre-payed for holidaysby including an additional allowance in their hourly rate of pay. This meansthey do not receive payment for holidays as and when they take them, but mustinstead budget their wages accordingly to cover holiday leave. This payment method has been criticised by some workers’ groups as it isseen to reduce the incentive for employees to take holidays. Latham said confusion had arisen over the legality of rolled-up pay clausesin employment contracts since the introduction of the Working Time Regulationsin 1998, which entitles staff to four weeks paid holiday. She urged employers using rolled-up holiday pay to make it very clear tostaff that holiday pay is incorporated in their hourly wages. “Make sure your staff understand that their wages are slightly higherto accommodate for holiday pay and that they realise this additional moneyshould be put aside to cover time off for holidays,” said Latham. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed.
Comments Point guardScoop Jardine was instrumental in leading Syracuse to perhaps its two biggest road victories of the 2010-11 season last week against Villanova and Georgetown. Against Villanova, he scored 20. Against Georgetown, he paced the Orange down the stretch when the Hoyas made their run to get back into what was once a lopsided contest. When he’s on, Jardine is a huge key for SU. He showed last week he can take over and win games for this team.Advantage: SyracuseShooting guardBrandon Triche cooled off shooting-wise against Georgetown, but he’s been impressive as well to complement Jardine in the backcourt in SU’s four-game winning streak. And even when he didn’t contribute last Saturday at Georgetown (1-of-7 shooting), Triche went a cool 6-for-6 from the free-throw line. He has made a notable 27 consecutive free throws, including many in the clutch.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAdvantage: SyracuseSmall forwardKris Joseph was almost nonexistent in the Orange’s two wins last week, which only proves SU has a core group out of which any player can step up and win games. He scored seven points against Villanova and just four against Georgetown. And though Syracuse survived on the road without his contributions, he needs to start playing better heading into postseason play. Against DePaul, he’ll have a favorable matchup against an undersized Blue Demons team.Advantage: SyracusePower forwardRick Jackson will undoubtedly look to go out of the Carrier Dome with a bang in his senior swan song. And it would be fitting with the year he’s had thus far as undoubtedly the Orange’s MVP. He’ll be matched up against another undersized Blue Demon in the 6-foot-6, 225-pound sophomore Tony Freeland. And he should be able to dominate once again inside, both on offense and defense.Advantage: SyracuseCenterSince taking over the starting position in SU’s loss at Louisville from fellow freshman Fab Melo, Baye Moussa Keita has actually played fewer minutes in all five games compared with his season average. Most of the playing time here has gone to C.J. Fair as Jackson shifts to the center spot. When DePaul’s Krys Faber is matched up against Moussa Keita, he’ll have the edge.Advantage: DePaulBenchFair is the key here as he tries to rebound off his shakiest performance in a while at Georgetown. He played only 11 minutes and was held scoreless by a relentless Hoyas defense. But overall, he’s played well lately, and SU head coach Jim Boeheim can also plug in Dion Waiters and James Southerland, who shot well against Georgetown. DePaul doesn’t have much of a bench and is playing with only nine scholarship players.Advantage: Syracuse — Compiled by Brett LoGiurato, sports editor, [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 3, 2011 at 12:00 pm
Indiana suspends guard Devonte Green for not meeting program standards No. 1 Tennessee barely avoided disaster Wednesday.The Volunteers trailed unranked Vanderbilt late in the second half but rallied to force overtime and eventually came away with a narrow 88-83 road win. The win was the Volunteers’ 13th in a row while the Commodores dropped to 0-6 in SEC play.Here are three takeaways from Tennessee’s victory Related News Schofield especially struggled as he missed all six of his long-range attempts and finished with six total points. He was a 45.1 percent 3-point shooter coming into the game.Tennessee, powered by Williams, overcame those struggles by shooting 46.6 percent from the field and 90.6 percent from the free throw line. Second assistant coach pleads guilty in federal college hoops recruiting case Grant Williams is a POY candidateGrant Williams was borderline unstoppable against the Commodores.The junior forward carried Tennessee on both ends of the floor for much of the night. He tallied 43 points on 10-of-15 shooting and added eight rebounds. He protected the basket on the other end, as well, chipping in four blocks.Williams also incredibly connected on all of his free-throw attempts, finishing 23 of 23 from the line.Grant Williams ended the game with 43 points, becoming the first #Vols player with 40+ points in a game since Allan Houston had 43 on February 10, 1990 vs. LSU.— Stats By STATS (@StatsBySTATS) January 24, 2019Williams is the best player on the top-ranked team in the country and should clearly be in the Naismith Player of the Year conversation. He entered Wednesday averaging 18.9 points and 7.5 rebounds.Vanderbilt missed a golden opportunityThe Commodores had a chance to pick up a program-building win in coach Bryce Drew’s third season. But, they came up just short.Vanderbilt fell behind by 13 in the game’s opening minutes yet fought back and cut its deficit to just one by halftime. It then appeared on its way to winning when it took a six-point lead with 1:32 to play on a pair of free throws by Saben Lee.The Commodores, however, had no answers for Williams as he tallied four straight points. Senior guard Admiral Schofield followed with a jumper to tie the score and force the extra period, where the Volunteers escaped with the victory.Vanderbilt registered a 19-16 record and reached the NCAA Tournament in Drew’s first season but are a combined 21-29 since. The loss drops the Commodores to 9-9 in 2018-19.Tennessee survives 3-point strugglesTennessee pulled out the win despite an uncharacteristically bad 3-point shooting performance. The Volunteers knocked down 25 percent of their 3-pointers and hit just five in the game. They entered the matchup shooting 36.4 percent from behind the arc.