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The Supreme Court extends to new holiday pay bonuses

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Alfredo Aspra analyses the Supreme Court ruling

Workers' holiday pay must include tutorials paid to trainees, on-call duty or weeks that are in contact, and Sunday, Saturday and holiday bonuses received by the worker during six of the eleven months preceding payment.

This was determined by the Supreme Court, in a ruling of 18th June 2020, which extended the inclusion of these concepts and supplements, in proportion to whether the services provided were less than six months.

Alfredo Aspra, partner in charge of the Employment Practise at Andersen, explains that this is a wonderful decision by Judge Ignacio Garcia-Perrote Escartín, which summarizes the doctrine of the Court of Justice of the European Union, analysing multiple remuneration concepts in the company's collective bargaining agreement for inclusion or exclusion of holiday pay.

The full article can be read in El Economista

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