May Day

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observed in many countries to celebrate the coming of spring

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A spokesman said the holiday is not an "extra day off" but is taken from workers' holiday allowance.
But those who include public holidays within the annual leave entitlement face a simple choice: give staff the day off out of goodwill; close down the business on April 29 but take it out of workers' holiday entitlement; or keep calm and carry on.
EMPLOYERS who count the eight public and bank holidays as part of their workers' holiday entitlement will have to give them extra time off as from October 1, warns law firmDWF.
Despite the improvements in full-time workers' holiday rights, the UK will still remain at the bottom of the league table for paid holiday entitlement in the EU.
Growers have reacted angrily to news that they could face higher bills for workers' holiday pay under this year's Agricultural Wages Board settlement.
If not used they are added to the workers' holiday days.
For many years, the 4th of July was a workers' holiday, celebrated by them with such toasts as: "The working men, the legitimate children of '76.
In a sign of mixed confidence, the weakened economy appears to be affecting American workers' holiday spending plans, with three times as many respondents (31 percent) saying they'll spend less this holiday season than the previous year compared to only 10 percent who plan to spend more.
THE Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled UK employers now need to include overtime when calculating workers' holiday pay.
Usdaw has set up a workers' holiday rights guide on its website.
First there was the unexpected interest rate hike, quickly followed by an announcement that workers' holiday rights are being increased.
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