Annual Leave Checklist

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Annual Leave Checklist

Annual leave is paid leave where you are required to give the notice to request a certain time off.

A holiday request or vacation request is to use your holiday entitlement and seek permission to go on annual leave.

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The annual leave form must be completed and authorised prior to taking holiday leave.

Annual Leave Checklist

Request time off from work for holidays
Proposed Dates

Detail the specific dates

Number of Working Days

How many working days? Calculate how many days are required.

Half Days am / pm

If half days requested will it be am or pm?

Confirm Entitlement

Confirm Remaining annual leave entitlement.

Confirm Department

Check with Manager, Team Leaders that no major projects will be affected.

Notification of Acceptance

Email confirmation copying in relevant team members.

Notification of Decline

Detail reasons.

Example: coincide with other staff holidays or busy period.

Update work schedules / Rotas

Identify who will covering you schedule or rota while away?


Notification of Remaining annual leave entitlement.


Official Authorisation

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