Definition of 'annual leave'
Example sentences containing 'annual leave'
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Firms will be banned from forcing them to include bank holidays in their annual leave. The Sun (2006)The employee will have to serve only the remainder of the notice period after annual leave has been taken. Times, Sunday Times (2015)All staff are encouraged to take their full annual leave of five weeks and numerous flexible working options are in place. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The code could spell out for the first time how much annual leave MPs can take. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Bosses are to be banned from counting bank holidays as part of staff 's annual leave. The Sun (2007)He gets 30 days annual leave. The Sun (2013)It's nonsense - how can you take annual leave more than once a year? Times, Sunday Times (2010)IF you have not taken all your annual leave, hurry up as you only have a month to use it or lose it. The Sun (2013)Everyone has a day off for their birthday plus 22 days of annual leave, while five years of service wins two extra days off. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A third of office workers do not take all their annual leave, with some feeling guilty about asking for time off, research suggests. Times, Sunday Times (2013)After that, they could claim job protection ranging from annual leave to rest periods, overtime and bonuses and would be able to enforce rights at employment tribunals. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Definition of annual leave from the Collins English Dictionary
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