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    Company refusing to let me have holiday entitlement
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    • 5th Dec 12, 2:19 PM
    Company refusing to let me have holiday entitlement 5th Dec 12 at 2:19 PM
    My DH works for a large company. He requested that his line manager book him his remaining holiday entitlement and was told they would sort it out. Despite several reminders it has still not been done and now the company say that there is no more holiday time available to be taken by any staff.

    He has an entitlement of 6 weeks per year and still has a couple he has not taken. The holiday period runs from April to March and there is no reason for holidays to be denied other than the company cutting back staffing levels to such an extent that they do not have any spare man hours available for holiday cover. He has not requested specific dates - just any days to use the entitlement.

    I would be grateful if someone could please let me know his legal rights before we start to cause a rumpus!

    With thanks for your help!
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