The long-anticipated Christmas break is just a few weeks away, meaning employees will be looking forward to some time to unwind from the last year. For some, however, this may mean traveling around the country to see family and friends, or a trip away for a few days to recharge. The New Year will likely see more workers take time off to use some of their accrued holiday from 2020, and with the national lockdown restrictions now lifted, they have more opportunities to travel around the UK for some well-deserved time off. While Government guidelines still encourage people not to travel unless it is essential, it is no longer prohibited for anyone in England to leave their homes to take a trip. This also applies to international travel, reported TimeOut. Due to this, many employers will likely...
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