The Working Time Regulations (WTR) 1998 (SI 1998/1833) define working time as any time that a worker is at the disposal of the employer. For those working from multiple sites, this will include travelling time; so, employers need to agree a reasonable journey time for going from one site to another. Travelling Time and the WTR 1998
Even where a mobile worker works irregularly and infrequently, employers cannot “roll up” holiday pay by paying workers an enhanced hourly rate during the weeks that they work to compensate for the fact that they are not paid while on holiday. “Rolled-up” Holiday Pay
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