“These changes will mean employees do not lose out on annual leave.”
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What barriers are UK employees facing from taking annual holiday leave?
New research has found that 12 per cent of Britons have taken unscheduled time off work to go on holiday with almost a quarter being found out. Read the top excuses here.
A marketing firm is granting its non-smoking staff an additional six days of leave a year to make up for the time off smokers take for cigarette breaks.
The words ‘summer holidays’ are in the minds and on the lips of employees up and down the land. It’s still cold and the country craves sun, like mice crave cheese and a cool and sheltered place to live.
The festive season is apparently being soured for many UK workers, who feel their employers are ruining Christmas. A new study reveals that the majority of UK professionals aren’t given time off at Christmas, despite believing businesses should shut down entirely. A weighty 83.9 percent of respondents in the survey conducted by CV-Library believe companies should make a bigger effort to embrace the Christmas spirit.
A new survey reveals more than half of British workers feel depressed, deflated or demotivated when they return to work.
There have been several recent court cases reported in the news about changes to what staff should be paid while on annual leave. However, do you know what the implications are for your business? Rebecca Harmer from Wright Hassall LLP takes you through everything you need to know.
Holidays aren’t as restful as they should be, with three quarters (76%) of employees admitting to taking work away with them when they depart for annual leave and 81 percent checking in with the office while they’re away.
Parents of school age children now have access to unpaid parental leave that could be utilised through the summer holidays, the TUC are reminding employers today.
Over half (61%) of UK employees find their relaxation time disrupted by work when taking annual leave, finds research from the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM).
Despite the perhaps obvious benefits to getting away from the workplace for a week or two, more than half of people have been found to prioritise work over a holiday with loved ones, according to new research from hospitality company Diamond Resorts International.
Holidays are a time to get out of the office to relax, unwind and spend time with friends and family, whether that be sunning yourself on a beach in the South of France or knee-deep in mud at Glastonbury. However, a recent survey carried out by the Institute of Leadership & Management revealed that a…
The Glassdoor® Annual Leave Survey, conducted online by Harris Poll among over 2,000 Great British adults (aged 16+), uncovers the real story behind annual leave, including how much holiday time employees actually take and how much they admit working (and why) during their time off. Proportion of Annual Leave that employees actually use The average…
The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) is advising payroll and HR departments to be aware of the potentially high volume of annual leave requests in the weeks preceding the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. New research from the CIPP has revealed that nearly one in six (14%) workers plan to take time off to attend…