26 employees reported this benefit
It existed, at least, but probably only because it's the law. Favouritism would rule supreme regarding bookings, though.
The work requires that limited numbers of staff can be off at the same time so you can’t always get the dates you want. The home manager is as fair as she can possibly be. No option to carry over holiday but you can have it paid instead
Paid within wages, no concerns raised
It's ok...would be nice if you were given it o. Requested dates, rather than managers declining it I favour of themselves or the "right"employee..a d then been forced to take it when they say or just put it on the rota
Pretty good allowance plus the option to work overtime to have some time off
Legal minimum annual leave given, staff argue over who has to work Christmas, New Year and at other times such as school holidays as there is a very high staff turnover in a lot of cases, no fixed shifts offered, staff never know what they are doing from one month to the next.
Very often declined or cut short. Even if that doesn't happen, your still never far from multiple phone calls
plenty of time to book off throughout the year (april to april) just hard when everyone wants to book off the same times
Additional days for long service at group support
You have to book very early to guarantee getting your holiday. If you don't use all your hours, you lose them!