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Agreement to allow anticipation of annual leave letter template

Use this document to record where an agremeent has been made with an employee to allow them to anticipate a number of days leave from the next holiday year.


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Agreement to allow anticipation of annual leave

[Sender name]

[Sender address]

[date]

[Recipient name]

[Recipient address]

Dear [Recipient first name],

Agreement to allow anticipation of annual leave

This is confirmation that your request to anticipate [no. of days] days Annual Leave from the [leave year] entitlement has been agreed. Your records will be updated and your [leave year] Annual Leave entitlement will be reflected accordingly.

As per your contract of employment, should you leave the Company any leave taken in excess of your entitlement will be recovered either from

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Last update

10 August 2020

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