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    Default How many sick days do you get?

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    10 days a year (which accumulate and roll over into the next year if I don't take them that year)

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    Technically none ! ( we own the business!) but my staff get 10 days per year ( plus from memory I think bereavement leave is 2 days and carers leave is 5 days)

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    10. They roll over if not taken. Plus a few for bereavement and carers.

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    Dont know. It just builds up and i take when needed. If i dont have sick leave up, i use annual leave.

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    15 or 18 I think from memory. Carers, bereavement, any unplanned leave is taken from this.

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    We don't have a specific number of days, we just get "reasonable" leave. No idea how they decide what that is exactly but I guess as long as you have Dr certificates there's not much they can say.

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    10 days per year, plus an extra 7 for bereavement/carers leave. The 10 sick days roll over. I think I have about 40 sick days accrued at the moment!

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    We get 10 per year with carers/ bereavement taken from that. A bit of a raw deal it sounds like

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    10 days pro-rata I think? (I work Part-time) I used to work in the Public Sector and got extra leave


 

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