Strategically planning your holidays could help you double precious time off work in 2020.
Brit employees usually get 25 days annual leave – not including bank holidays.
But a clever trick could net you up to an extra 30 days out of the office.
Booking just four days holiday from Tuesday, April 14 to Friday, April 17 straight after the Easter bank holiday weekend (from Good Friday, April 10 to Easter Monday, April 13) could net you 10 days off work, including the following weekend (April 18 and 19).
Pencilling in a six-day break between May 4 and May 12 – including the early May bank holiday on Friday, May 8 – could see you happily put your feet up for 11 days.
Or take five days off from May 11 to 15 and use the weekends to double your time off to return on Monday, May 18.
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And taking just four days off after the spring bank holiday, on Monday, May 25 could earn you nine blissful days of freedom.
The August bank holiday falls on the very last day of the month – but taking the following four days off could see you jet off on a week-long break, with two days to spare (August 29 to September 6).
Finally, clever planning over the festive period could result in 16 days off for the price of seven.
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December 28 will be a bank holiday next year to make up for Boxing Day falling on a Saturday.
So booking December 21 to 24 and 29 to 31 could leave you free to eat, drink and be merry for more than a fortnight from December 19 to January 3.
Just be sure to book the dates before your colleague gets there first!
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