Dellas, Confederation generale du travail, Federation nationale des syndicats des services de sante et des services sociaux CFDT, etc v Ministre des Affaires sociales, du Travail et de la Solidarite: ECJ 1 Dec 2005

ECJ Social policy – Protection of the safety and health of workers – Directive 93/104/CE – Concept of -working time – Scope – National legislation providing for a ceiling more favourable to workers, in particular as regards maximum weekly working time – Determination of working time in certain social establishments – On-call duty where the worker is required to be present at the workplace – Periods of inactivity on the part of the worker in the context of such duty – National system of calculation of hours of presence differentiated according to the intensity of the activity.
C-14/04, [2005] EUECJ C-14/04, [2006] IRLR 225, [2005] ECR I-10253, [2006] CEC 328, [2006] 2 CMLR 2
Directive 93/104/CE
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CitedBritish Airways Plc v Williams and Others CA 3-Apr-2009
The company appealed against an adverse finding on its holiday pay payments to its pilots, saying that the pay was subject to the 2004 Regulations alone. The Directive suggested that holiday pay should be at normal average rates of pay, but the . .

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