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Hi,

I have worked at the same place for almost 4 years, but over a year ago, i reduced my hours to start university. I now do 11 hours a week.

Our financial year runs from april to april, and within april 2012 until now, i have had 22 hours of holiday time off.

I have recently been told by my manager that i have no more holiday time until the next financial year (which starts in april), but im struggling to see how this is right.

It is not unusual for my manager to make mistakes like this, as he has done so before. Does anyone know how many hours i should be entitled to?

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Hi - you are entitled to 5.6 times your normal working week, so for an employee working a five day week this equates to 28 days paid holiday per year.

 

This can include Bank Holidays where these fall on a working day and are not normally worked - for example if the business is closed. In your case you should be receiving around 61 hours paid holiday a year.

 

There is a calculator here https://www.gov.uk/calculate-your-holiday-entitlement

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As far as I'm aware you are entitled to 5.6 weeks annual leave per year regardless of your hours worked.

11 x 5.6 =. 61.6.

Leave taken on Bank holidays and public holidays can count towards your minimum holiday entitlement (unless your contract of employment says otherwise)

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