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    Over a third of employees does not take accrued annual leave

    In a survey by Visma | Raet, over a third of employees (34% to be exact) stated that they did not take paid annual leave despite being exhausted, simply because they currently cannot use these days to go on a ‘real’ vacation. 29% of surveyed employees instead plans on ‘saving’ their annual leave until the coronavirus pandemic is over. However, it is interesting to observe that 45% of employees is unaware of the fact that any untaken annual leave from 2020 will expire on July 1, 2021, meaning employees will no longer be able to take the saved-up time off work.

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