Cole, Kelly; Tour, Suky
May 2007
People Management;5/3/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p19
The article discusses the decision held by the Scottish Court of Session on the case McMenemy v. Capita Business Services Ltd. concerning the need for employees to receive time off for bank holidays. Background information on the case is presented, indicating the failure of a part-time employee to benefit from public holidays on a Monday. Information on the Part-Time Workers Regulations 2000 is presented.


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