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The position of a worker working compressed hours will be the same as that of a ‘normal’ full-time worker, ie they will be entitled to 5.6 weeks' leave each ‘leave year’, made up of:
a basic entitlement to a minimum of four weeks' annual leave each leave year, implementing the right to annual leave under Directive 2003/88/EC, the Working Time Directive
an additional entitlement to 1.6 weeks' annual leave each leave year, which is a right under domestic legislation only
Statutory paid holiday entitlement is limited to 28 days. Therefore, a worker working six days per week is entitled not to 33.6 days' leave (5.6 x 6), but only to 28 days' leave.
For further information, see Practice Note: Holiday—Statutory holiday entitlement.
If a worker working compressed hours works three days a week (and they work the same number of hours on each of those days), their statutory annual holiday entitlement will be:
a basic entitlement of four weeks' holiday at three days a week (ie 12 days a year), plus
an additional annual leave
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