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Full-time employees will have a statutory right to a minimum of 20 days annual leave plus an additional 8 days to allow for bank holidays. Part-time employees and workers will accrue holidays on a pro-rata basis that relates to the number of hours they work per week.
With a casual worker on a zero hour contract, an average of the hours that have been worked over the previous 12 weeks will need to be calculated to work out their holiday pay. Self-employed individuals, however, do not have the same statutory right to annual leave.
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