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Know Your Bights: What happens to my spare holidays? in association with fish4jobs.

Byline: Justin Madders

Q: My contract of employment states I am entitled to 30 clays' paid holiday a year.

My holiday year runs from April to April, and I am leaving at the end of next month.

However, I have not taken any holidays this year, so I want to know what will happen to the 30 days, as I will not be able to take them all before the end of the month?

Justin says: You will not be entitled to 30 days holiday before you leave, as your entitlement will be pro rata according to how much of the holiday year you have worked for.

If you leave at the end of July you will have accrued 10 days' holiday, and if you don't manage to take them all your employer should pay you for the balance.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 23, 2007
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