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    I've just been googling annual leave and trying to calculate stuff etc and all I see everywhere is 'every worker is entitled to 5.6 weeks holiday which equates to 28 days'

    I feel so ****ing stupid right now because I just don't understand what the **** that means. 28 days is exactly 4 weeks, NOT 5.6 weeks yet I see this 5.6 weeks figure everywhere and then it is always clarified that 5.6 weeks is 28 days. WTF
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    (Original post by arcenciel21)
    I've just been googling annual leave and trying to calculate stuff etc and all I see everywhere is 'every worker is entitled to 5.6 weeks holiday which equates to 28 days'

    I feel so ****ing stupid right now because I just don't understand what the **** that means. 28 days is exactly 4 weeks, NOT 5.6 weeks yet I see this 5.6 weeks figure everywhere and then it is always clarified that 5.6 weeks is 28 days. WTF
    28 days = 5.6 working weeks.

    This is true based on the assumption that there are 5 days in a working week, thus 5.6 working weeks times 5 days gives you 28 days.
 
 
 
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