Almost 9 out of 10 UK workers fail to take annual holiday

Almost 9 out of 10 UK workers fail to take annual holiday

Failing to use all of their annual holiday entitlement, industrious Brits are losing out on 10 days of annual leave each year, and over £650 in pay.

Nearly nine out of ten British workers failed to take all of their holiday allowance last year and a further one in twenty missed out on over ten days of paid leave, according to a survey conducted by Voucherbox.co.uk.

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Comments (1)

  • Janine Lamont
    Janine Lamont
    Mon, 11 Jul 2016 2:22pm BST
    A work/life balance is essential to maintain your overall wellbeing. Stress accumulates, so it is important to take timeout occasionally. Annual leave is usually agreed before signing your contract of employment so you can assume you are entitled to use it, providing you give sufficient notice of your intended leave dates and cover your workload during your absence.

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