As noted above, Article 75 clearly states that every employee is entitled to receive 30 (calendar) days' paid leave annually as part of such employee's annual leave
entitlement, once an employee has completed one year of continuous service.
The right to accrue annual leave
does not continue indefi-nitely and you can impose a cut-off date of up to 18 months from the end of the leave year in which the holiday accrued (although it might be possible to reduce this to 15 months).
Irrespective of whether it is a hardworking or a hardly working country, no nation mandates 30 working days paid annual leave
The main point of contention is the number of days of annual leave
and there is an argument on whether it should be 30 calendar days or 30 working days," said law firm Almoayed Chambers chairman Aymen Almoayed.
Hilton said that the report also shows that more than half of the British workforce has not had a holiday in at least a year, more than half continue to check work emails and take calls from the office whilst on annual leave
and 5 per cent have not had a holiday in 10 years or more.
A Spanish collective agreement did not allow for workers to postpone annual leave
where it coincided with sick leave for general ill health.
In this case (C-78/11), the Federacion de Asociaciones Sindicales (the federation of Spanish trade unions - FASGA) initiated a collective dispute settlement procedure seeking a declaration that workers covered by the collective agreement for department stores are entitled to paid annual leave
even where such leave coincides with periods when they are absent from work on account of temporary disability.
Therefore, FPD firms notified their workers to take mandatory annual leave
, a far cry from the requirement of overtime works a year earlier.
It emerged Longford County Council manager Tim Caffrey was entitled to 42 days annual leave
WITH school holidays on the horizon, it's the time of year when bosses are bombarded with additional annual leave
5 days annual leave
on average, while workers in France take 34.
An employee whose employment has ended within the first year of employment is entitled to be paid the proportion of annual leave
that has accumulated during the period worked.
The EU directive on annual leave
states that member states shall take the measures necessary to ensure that every worker is entitled to paid annual leave
of at least four weeks.
MILLIONS of workers will receive a pay rise and extra holidays from today because of an increase in the minimum wage and extra annual leave
From the 1st of April 2007, the Holidays Act 2003 and Holidays Amendment Act 2004 now provide for minimum annual leave
rights, being four weeks annual leave
, which apply by law to all employees: full-time, part-time or casual.