How to maximise your annual leave for 2022.
Holidays aren't quite what they used to be. Now it's all about booster jabs and PCR tests. But, we're optimistic for the year ahead and are encouraging our flock
to look forward to the perfect staycation or far-flung adventure. Either way, we'd like to show you how you can turn 18 days of annual leave into 45 days of holiday.
So, hurry up and book off these days..
Because you're worth it.
Easter Bank Holiday
If you book off the 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd April, you'll be holidaying for 10 consecutive days off.
Friday 15th April: Bank holiday
Saturday 16th April: Weekend
Sunday 17th April: Weekend
Monday 18th April: Bank holiday
Tuesday 19th April: Annual leave
Wednesday 20th April: Annual leave
Thursday 21st April: Annual leave
Friday 22nd April: Annual leave
Saturday 23rd April: Weekend
Sunday 24th April: Weekend
May Bank Holiday
If you book off the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th of May you will enjoy 9 consecutive days of rest and relaxation.
Saturday 30th April: Weekend
Sunday 1st May: Weekend
Monday 2nd May: Bank Holiday
Tuesday 3rd May: Annual leave
Wednesday 4th May: Annual leave
Thursday 5th May: Annual leave
Friday 6th May: Annual leave
Saturday 7th May: Weekend
Sunday 8th May: Weekend
Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday
To celebrate the Queen's 70 years on the throne, we can look forward to a four day weekend. However, you can extend this platinum jubilee celebration by adding three days before the bank holidays giving you a whole seven days off to celebrate.
Monday 30th May: Annual leave
Tuesday 31st May: Annual leave
Wednesday 1st June: Annual leave
Thursday 2nd June: Bank holiday
Friday 3rd June: Bank holiday
Saturday 4th June: Weekend
Sunday 5th June: Weekend
August Bank Holiday
To make the most of your August Bank holiday you can book off 4 days of annual leave the 30th, 31st of August and the 1st and 2nd of September giving you 9 consecutive days off in return. Enjoy!
27th August: Weekend
28th August: Weekend
29th August: Bank holiday
30th August: Annual leave
31st August: Annual leave
1st September: Annual leave
2nd September: Annual leave
3rd September: Weekend
4th September: Weekend
And before you know it, it’s Christmas time again and by
taking three days off as annual leave on the 28th, 29th and 30th December will give you nine consecutive days off to celebrate as you see fit.
Saturday 24th December: Weekend
Sunday 25th December: Christmas Day (weekend)
Monday 26th December: Bank holiday (Boxing Day)
Tuesday 27th December: Bank holiday
Wednesday 28th December: Annual leave
Thursday 29th December: Annual leave
Friday 30th December: Annual leave
Saturday 31st December: Weekend