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Afternoon all.


My boyfriend has found out today that his company is introducing compulsary floating days to be taken as management sees fit. He's mightily p'd off and thinks that it'll result in, for example, us not being able to go on holiday as he'd have to keep his holiday back for these floating days. Now I'd never heard of floating days before, but surely an employer can't make their employees only have days off when they say? Or is that just wishful thinking?! If anyone has any advice it would be greatly appreciated.

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Would depend on what was in the Conditions of his Employment.


You usually find that the amount of holiday entitlement is there in b&w but the timing is at the discretion of the management. If this is the case, I guess the management could insist when the 'floating days' should be taken. eg. some companies close down between Xmas & N.Year but staff are expected to have sufficient leave in hand to use it over this period.


I think you'll probably find that it will only affect a few days of his hol. entitlement, the rest he will be able to choose so shouldn't affect family hol. plans.

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