Calculate Entitlement

Does your employee work part-time? Started part-way through a year? Have they left the company?
Calculate their holiday entitlement below.

1. Holiday Year 2. Entitlement 3. Start Date 4. Leave Date 5. Working Days 6. Result

Are you calculating this entitlement for an employee, or for yourself?

What is the holiday year of the company, or this employee?

When does your holiday year run?

Most companies' holiday years run from January to December. Some follow the company's financial year instead.

If you're unsure, ask your employer.

Are we calculating this year or a different year?


Should this employee receive statutory holiday entitlement, or does your company offer more?

Do you receive statutory holiday entitlement, or does your company offer more?

Statutory holiday entitlement in the UK is 5.6 weeks' paid leave, which equates to 28 days for a full-time employee.
If you're unsure of the answer it's likely to be statutory, as this is what most employers offer.

How many days is their Full Time Entitlement?

How many days is your Full Time Entitlement?

If they worked full-time for a whole year, how many days holiday would they get?
If you don't know, then it's probably statutory (28 days including public holidays)

If you worked full-time for a whole year, how many days holiday would you get?
If you don't know, then it's probably statutory (28 days including public holidays)

That figure seems high, are you sure?

That figure seems low. A full-time employee is entitled to 20 days holiday plus public holidays.

Does that figure include public holidays?



Did the employee start their employment during this holiday year?

Did you start your employment during this holiday year?

If the employee started their employment part-way through the year, then they're only entitled to a pro-rata of the full entitlement.

If you started your employment part-way through the year, then you're only entitled to a pro-rata of the full entitlement.

What date did they start their employment?

What date did you start your employment?


Is the employee leaving before the end of the holiday year?

Are you leaving your job before the end of the holiday year?

If the employee leaves before the end of the holiday year, then they're only entitled to a pro-rata of the full time entitlement.

If you leave your job before the end of the holiday year, then your're only entitled to a pro-rata of the full time entitlement.

What is the final date of their employment?

What is the final date of your employment?


What days does the employee work?

What days do you work?

Their work pattern changed at least once during the year My work pattern changed at least once during the year

If the employee works a 2 or 3 week repeating shift, or works 4-on-4-off, then this free calculator does not support that. However, our main product The Holiday Tracker does support these types of shifts, and also saves you stacks of time managing your employees' annual leave. Why not sign up for a free trial?

What date did the employee change to this work pattern?

What date did you change to this work pattern?



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