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Hollidays for part time workers, what is the actual amount given per year

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    Stupid question really; but can anyone help? 4 days a week part time, what is the actual amount of hollidays given, some say 22.6 per year but I think that may not apply to all business, as 20 is given by some
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    Almost all workers who work a 5 day week are entitled to 5.6 week's or 28 days paid holiday per year. An employer can include bank holidays as part of this statutory entitlement. As you work 4 days per week your holiday entitlement is pro-rata and works out at 4.48 weeks or 22.4 days paid holiday per year.
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    • #3
      Is this holiday entitlement calculator any help?


      • #4
        thank you @ Ula and @Ostel maybe I got confused, allocation is 20 days Holliday + 6 BH and + 1 Personal Day, so i guess that is more than the 22,, didnt include the BHs


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