Labour & European Law Review
06 September 2017
Following a consultation on corporate governance, the government has said that it will introduce legislation to require listed companies to reveal the pay ratio between bosses and their workers.
According to case law, workers are entitled to be paid their “normal remuneration” whilst on annual leave.
Although the law says that employees cannot be discriminated against because of their religious beliefs, the courts have made clear that this is not an absolute right.