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Please could someone enlighten me. If an employee works 4.5hrs a day twice a week, how many days holiday are they due.

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11.2 days per year (or 50 something hours). That can include bank holidays.

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50 hours 24 minutes to be precise so will probably be rounded up to 51 hours.

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yep, it cannot be rounded down.You accrue holiday at the rate of 12% of the hours worked so 9hrs/week = 1 hr holiday pay (approx)

 

But, to be clear, it doesn't have to be rounded up either. If the employer wishes to, they can insist on it down to the minute. The vast malty of our public sector members have working days of seven hours and 24 minutes. And that is what a days holiday is- 7 hours and 24 minutes. Not 8 hours and not 7 hours 30 or 25 minutes. So the OP really needs to ask their employer what practice they use, because nobody else can tell them.

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