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December 8, 2021
HR Technologies

Almost a third of UK workers have cancelled annual leave in 2020

A report by HR software and employment law advice service BrightHR claims that 28 percent of UK workers have cancelled annual leave in 2020. The report, which uses data from over 300,000 BrightHR users, also claims that, predictably, the two highest months for cancelled leave were while the UK was in full lockdown. April had the highest number of leave cancellations, with 31,762 users withdrawing holiday requests. It was followed by May, which saw 25,083 users cancel their leave. With the global pandemic still playing a significant role in the way people live their lives and the uncertainty of going…
Almost a third of UK workers have cancelled annual leave in 2020

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