Annual Leave Query

I wondered if anyone can help me with understanding my annual leave entitlement. I work full time (37.5 hours per week) over 4 days. My annual leave was 28 days but has been changed to 23 days, is this correct, my manager seemed unsure about the change when she made it. I understand 23 days would be the allowance for a 4 day week but does this still apply when I work full time hours? 

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  • housebuyer143
    housebuyer143 Posts: 3,152
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    Yes, you will get 23 days, but each day is paid at your normal daily rate. 

    I work 20 hours over 5 days, I get 35 days leave, exactly like the full timers, mine are however paid at 4 hours a day rather than 8
  • sheramber
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    28 days of 5 day is 5.6 weeks.
     23 days of 4days is 5.75 weeks so you are gaining. 
  • EnPointe
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    how many hours of annual leave  do you have. 

    while often given in days ,  most payroll / T+A  systems  have leave in hours 
  • EnPointe said:
    how many hours of annual leave  do you have. 

    while often given in days ,  most payroll / T+A  systems  have leave in hours 
    Is this correct because I have only been at over place that does it on hours and I have worked part time in a few places 
  • Plasticman
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    EnPointe said:
    how many hours of annual leave  do you have. 

    while often given in days ,  most payroll / T+A  systems  have leave in hours 
    Is this correct because I have only been at over place that does it on hours and I have worked part time in a few places 
    Bigger organisations usually work in hours for leave. Much easier to work out then when you have part time and flexible workers etc. 

    So for the OP they get fewer days but the days are longer so the time off is (roughly) the same. Some organisations treat bank holidays differently for flexible workers too - avoiding the situation where you lose every bank holiday Monday because you work Tuesday - Friday for example. 
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