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Lock V British Gas Holiday Pay Commission Case – UpdateBack

We can report that British Gas has been refused leave to appeal by the Supreme Court in the long running case regarding the payment of commission during holiday.

In Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd [2014] IRLR 648 ECJ, the ECJ had ruled that a worker’s commission payments must be included in the calculation of his or her holiday pay. This decision was subsequently upheld by the UK Court of Appeal, in October 2016, which held that holiday pay must include compensation for any results-based commission that would ordinarily be earned by a worker.

The refusal for leave to appeal by the Supreme Court now finally brings the legal case to a close, for now at least.

Andrew MacMillan

Solicitor

Motor Industry Legal Services

Motor Industry Legal Services (MILS Solicitors) provides fully comprehensive legal advice and representation to UK motor retailers for one annual fee. It is the only law firm in the UK which specialises in motor law and motor trade law. MILS currently advises over 1,000 individual businesses within the sector as well as the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI) and its members.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 03/03/2017