Annual leave entitlement: Take part in our survey

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XpertHR is running a short benchmarking survey on the annual leave entitlements offered by UK employers.

The research looks at annual leave entitlements, what happens to unused holiday, and whether or not annual leave entitlements increase according to length of service.

It also covers the types of pay that employers include in holiday pay, such as basic pay, payments for voluntary overtime (where the employer does not offer overtime and the employee does not have to accept it), shift premia and commission payments.

Annual leave resources

Podcast: Holidays – unauthorised absence, cover and contact XpertHR employment law editors Laura Merrylees and Clio Springer discuss some issues that can arise when employees take holiday.

Annual leave: 2016 survey of employer practice
This XpertHR survey examines trends in annual leave entitlements.

Annual leave entitlements: benchmarking data
Interactive data on annual leave entitlements, including basic holiday entitlements and holiday pay calculation formulae.

Take part in this XpertHR Benchmarking research and receive:

  • a complimentary copy of our survey report, as soon as our analysis is complete; and
  • a free copy of XpertHR’s 2016 managing long-term absence report, emailed to you on completion of the survey.

In addition, all respondents whose data can be used in XpertHR survey analyses will be entered into a draw for the chance to win one of four £250 prizes.

The closing date for the prize draw is 30 June 2017, with the draw set to take place in the week commencing 17 July 2017. Please note that the prize is 4 x £250 and the winners will be notified by email in w/c 17 July 2017.

Last year’s XpertHR research on annual leave entitlements found that the median basic holiday entitlement for full-time employees (excluding bank/public holidays) with one year’s service was 25 days.

This figure has remained the same as previous surveys, conducted in 2015, 2013 and 2011.

The survey closes on Monday 13 March 2017.

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