January 1st Uses in Holidays Clause

Holidays

Your employment shall commence on a date mutually agreed between you and the Company (currently anticipated to be August 27, 2013). No other previous employment will count as part of your continuous period of employment with the Company.

Holidays. You are entitled to twenty-five (25) days paid holiday in addition to the usual public holidays in the UK in each complete year of your employment. You are entitled to a pro rata proportion of such holiday entitlement in the calendar year of your joining and leaving the Companys employment. Holidays shall be paid at your normal rate of salary as set out above. You must agree your holiday leave in advance with the Company, subject to the Companys operational requirements. Your holiday entitlement will be deemed to accrue from day to day and may not be carried over from one holiday year to the next. The Company reserves the right to require you to take any outstanding holiday during any period of notice of termination of employment (whether given by you or the Company). No payment will be made in lieu of holiday accrued but not taken, save on termination of your employment. If, upon the termination of employment, the number of days of holiday which you have taken in the relevant year differs from your accrued entitlement, then a payment for the number of days difference will be either paid to you or refunded by you depending on whether the amount actually taken is less or greater than your entitlement and you hereby consent to the Company making a deduction from your final salary payment and/or other monies owed to you if you have taken more holiday than you have accrued. You will not be entitled to such a payment if the Company is entitled to, and does terminate your employment summarily or if you refuse to take any holiday entitlement during your notice period. The Companys holiday year runs from January 1st to December 31st.

Holidays

Your employment shall commence on a date mutually agreed between you and the Company (currently anticipated to be August 27, 2013). No other previous employment will count as part of your continuous period of employment with the Company.

Holidays. You are entitled to twenty-five (25) days paid holiday in addition to the usual public holidays in the UK in each complete year of your employment. You are entitled to a pro rata proportion of such holiday entitlement in the calendar year of your joining and leaving the Companys employment. Holidays shall be paid at your normal rate of salary as set out above. You must agree your holiday leave in advance with the Company, subject to the Companys operational requirements. Your holiday entitlement will be deemed to accrue from day to day and may not be carried over from one holiday year to the next. The Company reserves the right to require you to take any outstanding holiday during any period of notice of termination of employment (whether given by you or the Company). No payment will be made in lieu of holiday accrued but not taken, save on termination of your employment. If, upon the termination of employment, the number of days of holiday which you have taken in the relevant year differs from your accrued entitlement, then a payment for the number of days difference will be either paid to you or refunded by you depending on whether the amount actually taken is less or greater than your entitlement and you hereby consent to the Company making a deduction from your final salary payment and/or other monies owed to you if you have taken more holiday than you have accrued. You will not be entitled to such a payment if the Company is entitled to, and does terminate your employment summarily or if you refuse to take any holiday entitlement during your notice period. The Companys holiday year runs from January 1st to December 31st.