Aptitude Tests 4 Me

Reasoning
Employees in the United Kingdom are now enjoying more holidays than ever before. From 1st April 2009 the minimum statutory entitlement to paid annual leave for workers has increased from 4.8 weeks to 6 weeks (based on a five day working week). This is the minimum, but some employers may offer more – you should consult your contract of employment. However, the employer can choose when you take your holidays. The 6 week entitlement is for an employee in full employment for a year with a five day working week, and includes public holidays. The entitlement for part-time workers is calculated as 6 weeks times their normal working week. Similarly, the entitlement for a full-time worker who does not complete a year with an employer is worked out on a pro-rata basis.

106. From 1st April 2009 workers in the UK who work a five day week are entitled to 30 days’ paid holiday per year of work

 (a) True (b) False (c) Cannot say (d)

107. Employees granted long-term sick leave lose their full entitlement of paid annual l

 (a) True (b) False (c) Cannot say (d)

108. You have a right to take at least some of your annual holidays during the summer

 (a) True (b) False (c) Cannot say (d)

109. The annual leave entitlement of 6 weeks includes public holidays, but some employers may give additional leave entitlement

 (a) True (b) False (c) Cannot say (d)

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