Changes to Holiday Pay effective from 1st January 2011

​It is a requirement of the Working Time Regulations 1988 that flexible workers book holiday and get paid once they have taken it. Paying an element for annual leave in our hourly rate is no substitute for people actually having the time off so we intend to move to a claims based system which encourages flexible workers to take time off for annual leave purposes.

 
As of 1st January 2011, NHS Professionals will no longer pay “rolled up" holiday pay. From this date flexible workers registered with NHSP will be able to book holiday and be paid once the leave has been taken. NHSP flexible workers will be entitled to up to 28 days annual leave including bank holidays.
 
The holiday claim form is available by clicking here.
  • Click here to download the PDF document 'Frequently Asked Questions'. This document was last updated 8th March 2011.
There are some points that have been updated since these documents were issued. These are with reference to the period of notice required to book leave and the length of time you have to claim carried over holiday from one Annual Leave Year to another.
 
Please go to the latest FAQs to read the current position.
  • Click here to download the PDF letter 'Notification of Change in Registration Terms - Holiday Pay.'
  • Click here to download the PDF document 'Variation Letter.'
  • Click here to download the PDF document 'Important Information.'