Schultz-Hoff v Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund - holidays and sick leave - ECJ case C-350/06

This is a reference (in August 2006) to the ECJ by a German court for a preliminary ruling on questions concerning entitlement of workers absent on long term sick leave to (i) the minimum 4 weeks per year paid holiday under the Working Time Directive; and (ii) to be paid for untaken holiday if the employment is terminated. The questions cover similar points to those being referred to the ECJ by the British House of Lords after the 30th October 2006 hearing of HMRC v Stringer & ors (better known by its previous name, Ainsworth & ors v HMRC)

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