Public HolidaysPosted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 25 April 2014
With Paddy’s day and Easter just over and the May bank holiday around the corner, it’s a good time to consider employee public holiday entitlements to ensure you are calculating these correctly.
Clear communications in attendance policies is crucial to avoid disputes. The Employment Team at Leman have prepared a handy checklist on how public holiday entitlements should be calculated and the impact of day of the week a particular public holiday falls on. Leman’s checklist should be reviewed and any policies or contracts amended appropriately to ensure employees are clear on how public holiday entitlements operate within your organisation.
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