In the UK, the minimum statutory requirement for paid holiday each year for a full time employee is 28 days or 5.6 weeks, including public holidays (part-time workers are also entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks, calculated on a pro-rata basis). There have been significant changes to the law surrounding holiday pay in recent years, with regulations now stating that regular overtime and commission payments need to be included. The resources here look at case law and common questions relating to holiday entitlement and pay.

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