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Rebecca Howling

Hey Amy, just checking. Does this mean that employers who have already directed employees to take their annual leave during this quiet period have to reverse that decision?

Charles Pigott

Hi Rebecca. Good question! No, the new rules shouldn't affect existing holiday arrangements. They just allow additional flexibility where holidays can't be taken in the current year because of the pandemic.

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