Member Since: 26th Jun 2019
5th Mar 2020
That was a very polite way of saying that I'm overthinking it. Thank you :)
25th Jan 2020
Thank you. As I've never dealt with an error before I wasn't sure, but this is great news if so. Will certainly make my life easier!
6th Nov 2019
Fantastic thank you. I'll check with the client tomorrow and then send you a PM. Thanks again!
6th Nov 2019
One of my clients is a property management company who are looking to move from Payprop to Arthur. They would very much like to talk to someone who is using Arthur online in a similar capacity, but have so far been unable to find anyone. Do you think your client may be open to sharing their experience? Random question from a stranger I know, but I couldn't let the opportunity pass.
26th Jun 2019
Schools/Preschools/Nurseries where the staff work term-time only often receive their holiday pay as part of their wages as they're not permitted to take holiday during the 39 working weeks of term. In order for this to be lawful, the employment must be explicit in showing the amount they receive as wages Vs the amount they're receiving as holiday pay and must specify that they are expected to take their 'holiday' during the 13 weeks where they're not 'at school'.
Their monthly payslip doesn't have to show the split between wages and holiday pay, providing the above conditions have been met.
I've spent a lot of time talking to lawyers about this (work as business manager in a preschool) and this doesn't fall foul of the Working Time Directive. This is because it's completely transparent to the employee, and they're not given an hourly rate which includes the holiday element.
Not sure if that's helpful to you.