Working Time Regulation (sometimes referred to as WTR or WTD) is the requirement to pay holiday pay to temporary workers.
Temporary workers are currently entitled to the equivalent of 28 days paid annual leave per annum. This should not be paid as “rolled up” in their pay rate, but held on account for them to claim either when they take holidays or in the event that you P45 them.
This document provides step by step instructions on how to calculate WTR, together with a worked example.
Last updated: 10.05.17
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