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|Title:||Judgment in Case C-214/16 Conley King v The Sash Window Workshop Ltd and Richard Dollar|
|Author:||European Court of Justice: Press and Information Division|
|Series/Date:||Press Release No.126, 2017 (29.11.17)|
|Notes:||In the judgment in Case C-214/16 Conley King v The Sash Window Workshop Ltd and Richard Dollar given on the 26 November 2017 the ECJ said that A worker must be able to carry over and accumulate unexercised rights to paid annual leave when an employer does not put that worker in a position in which he is
able to exercise his right to paid annual leave.
EU law precludes the requirement that a worker must take leave before establishing whether he has the right to be paid in respect of that leave.
|Keywords:||ECJ Case C-214/16 Conley King v The Sash Window Workshop Ltd and Richard Dollar - Reference for a preliminary ruling — Protection of the safety and health of workers — Directive 2003/88/EC — Organisation of working time — Article 7 — Allowance in lieu of annual leave paid on termination of the employment relationship — National legislation requiring a worker to take his annual leave without the remuneration in respect of that leave being established - Holiday pay - Gig economy - Workers | Working rights|
19.2 - European Court of Justice - Legal issues - Judgments
8.2 - Working conditions / Work organisation
United Kingdom: External
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