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# 1 : Friday 28-2-2020 @ 19:38
 
 
Hey anyone any hr experience or works in hr need a bit of advice
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# 2 : Friday 28-2-2020 @ 23:55
 
 
About?
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# 3 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 00:33
 
 
It's hard to say without knowing a bit more about it.
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# 4 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 10:50
 
 
Sry ok have notice on my job and finished 2 weeks ago had 16 days holidays left. When I asked about them I was told I was only entitled to 3 days and they didn't have pay them
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# 5 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 10:53
 
 
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# 6 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 11:02
 
 
So you are owed Annual Leave? They have to pay you for them.
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# 7 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 11:19
 
 
Statutory Entitlement for Annual Leave is 8% of hours worked. You should have had a contract which showed when your leave year started and finished and if it didn't, then by default it would run on calendar year. Contract will also show how much you can carry from year to year. Have a look at it and you should be able to figure it out. If you are entitled to more than the 3 days then legally they must pay it. You can message me if you need advice.
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# 8 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 11:27
 
 
My question is am I entitled to the 16 days that I had left
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# 9 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 13:41
 
 
Someone said :
Sry ok have notice on my job and finished 2 weeks ago had 16 days holidays left. When I asked about them I was told I was only entitled to 3 days and they didn't have pay them

16 days out of 2020?
You would only have accrued 4 to 5 days really for 2020...

If you had some from 2019, they may not be carried over, based on hr policies.

Did you get a severance package ?
What does your contract say ?
Ask them for their hr policies in term of holidays: if they have none you have more of a chance.

Also if you keep them 1h on the phone they are more likely to decide to get rid of you with a payment for 1 week, as you’d cost them more by calling, especially if you suggest you’ll contact the work relations tribunal...
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# 10 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 13:59
 
 
Think employment law states you must take 20 days every year.

But you should check contract or employee handbook to see company policy.
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# 11 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 14:34
 
 
Oh yeah you mightn't be able to carry many hours over from last year.
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# 12 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 16:16
 
 
Someone said :
Think employment law states you must take 20 days every year.

But you should check contract or employee handbook to see company policy.

But pro-rated.
In 2020 he only worked a bit more than 1 month...
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# 13 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 16:23
 
 
Which would equate to 4 ish days.. Most companies don't allow you to carry over Holidays from previous years now, Unless stipulated otherwise in contract..
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# 14 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 17:02
 
 
There is no contract I was with them 7 yrs I really didn't the day and a quarter for a month would count
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# 15 : Saturday 29-2-2020 @ 17:05
 
 
Sorry to hear you lost your job anyway.. Hope you pick something up soon or have something else lined up already..
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