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You are able to withhold pay for any holidays which have been taken and which the employee had not yet accrued at the time of leaving. Usually the laws on deductions from wages are very strict and there are only a few exceptions, but one is where there has been an overpayment of wages by the employer and in that case the employee’s consent is not needed. You would still need to itemise these in the employee’s pay slip but if they have taken more holidays than they were due, then you can withhold the difference if necessary from their pay.
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