Until a day to be appointed, the following provisions apply in relation to Wales1.
An employer who fails to allow a worker the holidays fixed under an agricultural wages order2 commits an offence3.
An employer who receives directly or indirectly from a worker who is an apprentice or learner employed in agriculture4 a payment by way of premium, unless it is made in pursuance of an agreement approved by the appropriate agricultural wages committee5, commits an offence6. Whether there is a conviction or not, the court must order the employer to repay any sum found to have been received by way
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