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When looking at both statutory annual leave and public holiday allowances across the EU, it's the Brits who come bottom of the table, with a minimum of 28 days' holiday when compared to residents of Russia and Italy, who top the table, benefitting from 40 and 36 days' holiday respectively.
The Outline for National Tourism and Leisure (2013-2020), issued by the State Council of China, focuses on promoting the taking of paid annual leave days and boosting the healthy development of the tourism sector in China, in particular by ensuring the coordination of different sectors.
Businessmen claim the cost of annual leave has doubled since new regulations came into force last September.
Since I did not take my annual leave and did not receive flight tickets as stated in my contract, I offered to work for one month and gave up my gratuity and the tickets just to leave immediately.
If I submit my resignation, will this affect my end of service benefits or my annual leave balance?
By RORY TEVLIN COUNCIL managers were forced into an embarrassing U-turn yesterday as it was announced their annual leave will be capped at 32 days.
Byline: Emma Harvey WITH school holidays on the horizon, it's the time of year when bosses are bombarded with additional annual leave requests.
5 days annual leave on average, while workers in France take 34.