Vacation

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Vacation

A period of time during which one ordinarily would work but does not, normally to engage in some pleasure. One may spend a vacation traveling, relaxing or simply organizing one's personal life. Many companies offer paid vacation time to employees after a certain period of employment. Some jurisdictions require paid vacations.
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Brett said nurses and midwives who had not accrued annual leave while on workers compensation should contact the Association to discuss whether they were entitled to back pay.
Further it may be noted that the date for commencement and expiry of the annual leave may be fixed by the employer.
As per the Labour Ministry's circular, 30 annual leave days provided under Article 58 of the Law should be counted as working days instead of calendar days," he said.
Meanwhile, 62 per cent feel unable to take all of their annual leave because they're too busy at work, feel guilty or are paranoid due to economic uncertainty.
The CJEU held that EU law precludes any national laws that do not allow workers to take annual leave that coincides with a 'period of unfitness' at a later date.
The CCMA yesterday said: "Managers have agreed a maximum of 32 days annual leave will be implemented on a voluntary basis.
Answer: One of the best improvements in the AfC agreement was the annual leave provision, which gives 27 days on appointment to the NHS, 29 days after five years' service and 33 days after 10 years.
Particularly, the question is whether or not companies include public holidays within the annual leave entitlement of staff.
CLAIMS that Birmingham City Council caretaker contracted legionnaires' disease while on annual leave from work have been dismissed by his family and friends.
WITH school holidays on the horizon, it's the time of year when bosses are bombarded with additional annual leave requests.
5 days annual leave on average, while workers in France take 34.
Sgt Liz McCarthy is accused by former station inquiry clerk Carmen Soraya Kelly of being aggressive, refusing her annual leave to attend university and ignoring her.

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