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Holiday Entitlement - being conned?

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Hi i would like some advice on wether i am being given the right amount of holidays?

 

i get 24 holidays per year

 

i work 5 days a week at 12 hours per day.

 

occasionally work bank holidays at double pay.

if i do not work bank holidays i do not get paid.

 

acas tell me i should get 28, but before i approach my employer i would like some more guidance.

 

thank you

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The minimum entitlement is 5.6 x your normal working week, which if you work a 5 day week is indeed 28 days. This can include the Bank Holidays that you do not work and Public Holidays where the business may not be open.

 

The Bank Holiday bit is where things get confusing, but on the basis of what you have written, it does not appear that you are receiving less than you should.

 

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I do not get paid bank holidays. or chritmas or new years

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