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 Ive been in my job 6months + want 2 leave but I have no contract, do I still have to give notice?
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How long do you have to work for an employer before being entitled to holiday pay?

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12 months

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that is up to an employer . usually 3 month

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Susan T
You get a minimum of 20 days per year pro rata. Some employers demand that you work a year before you can take any. If you leave in the interim then they have to pay your entitlement.

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Most companies have a 90 day/3 month "probation" period. However if you are full time, some companies will pay that right away. Part time employee not always get holiday pay, even after their probation period.

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Daniel C
It varies; typically six months. Depends on the employer and the holiday.

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normal is 90 days but could be up to a year

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You start accruing holiday the minute you begin a new job, although some companies restrict staff from taking holiday in their first 3 months. If you left within the first 3 months though the company would still have to pay you for any outstanding hols.

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Hector S
you are entitled to holiday accrual on your first day. Check yuor contract as it might state how long you have to work before you can book a holiday.

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depends on the employer, ask them

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Jo W
Since 1998, the law (Working Time Regulations) entitles UK workers to a minimum of four weeks' annual paid leave in each leave year. This minimum includes Bank Holidays but the position might change in future. You will start to 'earn' paid holiday entitlement as soon as you start your job. Your contract/terms of employment will spell out the details re pro-rating, when the leave year ends etc.

Part-time employees have a similar right, pro-rated to reflect the proportion of the time they are contracted to work.

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From day one. It is your statutory right to accrue holiday pay as stated in the Working Time Regulations (Amendment) 2007.
All employees and workers are entitled to 4.8 weeks holiday per year.

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60 to 90 days. If you have a "welcome packet" from the company check that or the handbook if you have one. But usually it ranges from 60 to 90 days.

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**mum to a little miracle**
depends which country your in. in ireland you start earning holiday time the moment you start working. ruffly around 1.2 days per month not including bank holidays.

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In the U.S. there is no legal requirement to pay employees for a holiday. (Unless you work that day)

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In the US at least, holiday pay isn't required by law but depends on company policy whether or not you get paid, and what the requirements are for you to be eligible.

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depends on company policy, some companies never pay anyone for holidays nor do they have paid vacations

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Stacy's Mom
It varies by company. Check your handbook.

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