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Notice period- can an employer send sb on holiday time during notice period?

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  • Notice period- can an employer send sb on holiday time during notice period?

    Hello,
    If someone has a one week notie in their contract and recives notice, can the employer make the employee to use his or her unused holiday, or the employee is entitled to work normally for the whole notice period, and then an employee may go for a holiday or receive the equivalent of the holiday period?
    It's better for an emplyee to have more money, i.e. to work a week + to collect money for the unesed holiday than to collect money for the holiday only.
    Otherwise, if you feel that you are about to be fired, then it's better to go for the holiday?

    Regards
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    Yes the Working Time Regulations allow employers to specify the dates on which an employee must take some, or even all, of their statutory annual leave. There may additionally be contractual provisions the employer can rely on.

    The employer must give notice to the employee, which is at least double the number of leave days it wants the employee to take.

    Although from your last sentence it seems like you have not resigned but you think you may be dismissed??
    I do my best to provide good practical advice, however I do so without liability.
    If you have any doubts then do please seek professional legal advice.


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