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Annual Leave
Tuesday 27th February, 2007 11:04 Comments: 1
I just got my payslip for February. I need to check my last one, as I've just spotted that I've allegedly used 13 days of annual leave. I'd used up all my leave last year, and I got a brand new allowance this year. I have not taken any days off work in 2007. I have no idea where they pulled "13" from.
Avatar Robert - Tuesday 27th February, 2007 11:33
It seems that their software is playing up. Their records say I haven't taken any leave in 2007, and when they tried to print a report it refused to do so because I haven't taken any leave. It seems there's some kind of phantom record, and I do have my full entitlement, and I should check what my payslip says next month. I suspect the next one will be fine, as I plan on taking a couple days off work in March, so it'll have something to work with.
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