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Hey folks, I'm sure I've asked this before but cant seem to find the thread....my main employment when I do overtime I get extra holiday pay, at my part time job I get the standard number of days only, so for instance someone working 39 hours a week will get the same holiday as someone working 59 hours a week (and many do) should extra holiday pay accrue? Also, if your under 18 can you work past 10pm? thanks in advance!

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you should accrue holiday pay at an hourly rate, which equates to about 12.5% of your pay on an annual basis. If the 2 people you use as examples are paid the same per hour ad receive a normal weeks pay when they tak their holiday it all works out the same. If the person who works 59 hours only gets paid 39 hours when on holiday that is wrong, the WTR explain it.

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Regarding working after 10pm - this depends on the nature of the work

 

From ACAS

 

Night-time working

 

Younger workers under the age of 18 must not work between the hours of

midnight and 4am. In addition, they are usually not allowed to work after

10pm or before 7am unless they work in:

 

• agriculture

• retail trading

• postal or newspaper delivery

• a catering business, hotel, public house, restaurant etc.

• bakery

 

On occasions, an employer may need a worker to work during the night to

maintain continuity of service or production, or to respond to a sudden

increase in demand for services or products. In these circumstances,

when there are no appropriate adult workers available, a younger worker

under the age of 18 may be asked to work between 10pm-midnight or

4am-7am.

Any advice given is done so on the assumption that recipients will also take professional advice where appropriate.

 

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