Work holiday

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  1. hulahoop09

    hulahoop09 Mum to lg and pg #2

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    Hiya

    I am such a doh brain. If i go on maternity at start of oct i will only get pro rata annual leave. I just thoughy ive still got my usual, didnt even realise. Lol.

    Anyone else had one of those moments!

    Xx
     
  2. BabyDeacon

    BabyDeacon Mum1DS 1angel 1cooking

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    nope you should still get your normal holiday entiltment for the year,
     
  3. tweedy

    tweedy Well-Known Member

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    you get your standard entilement for the 1st 6 months of maternity leave, ordinary maternity leave, so if you leave in october, you will entitled to take the full years, however, you are not entitled to accrue holidays during additional materity leave, ie the last 6 months. check with your employer or directgov, for the most up to date legislation.
     
  4. hulahoop09

    hulahoop09 Mum to lg and pg #2

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    I assumed i would get this yrs entilement but my employer jst said if i leave say end sept i will only get 9 mnths worth of holiday entitlement. xx
     
  5. hulahoop09

    hulahoop09 Mum to lg and pg #2

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    I have looked on directgov and it seems I should be getting my normal entitlement. Think I may have to leave it a couple of weeks and then try and approach my manager. I get on well with her and it is only a small place so I feel v.awkward as dont want to give her reason to feel annoyed or think I am bein a pain in the ass!!!

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