.Can anyone explain this to me which is posted on indeed, I.e. PAYE & PAYE rolled up or is it just a con & tye rate is 14.5?
We can offer the following pay rates on this contract (on PAYE basis including holiday pay):
- PAYE (accrue holiday on top): £14.50ph
- PAYE Rolled up (includes holiday pay and additional to cover deductions in hourly rate): £18.50ph
- PAYE (accrue holiday on top) : £16.00ph
- PAYE Rolled up (includes holiday pay and additional to cover deductions in hourly rate) : £20.00ph
It is legal I believe, provided there is provision for workers actully taking holiday time off.
Basically the rolled up rate means that instead of taking paid holiday time you only get paid for the hours you do and your holiday entitlement is paid within that
It works for some people (it would work for me, I never use my full holiday entitlement) and lots of drivers aren't fussed bout having lots of time off and woul rather earn as much as they can