According to the report, almost 57 million days of yearly leave went unclaimed in 2020 due to the pandemic.


According to the report, almost 57 million days of yearly leave went unclaimed in 2020 due to the pandemic.

According to data, more than 57 million days of yearly leave went unclaimed in 2020, with one in every three workers failing to take their full vacation time. According to a survey of 2,000 working Britons, nearly half (48%) said taking yearly vacation was “pointless” since Covid regulations prevented them from traveling abroad.

Others didn’t take vacation time because they were afraid about work building up (20%), being too busy in general (15%), or wondering about what would happen while they were gone (13 percent).

A third of those polled did not use all of their vacation time, and the average amount of time lost was seven days.

This means that 8,151,000 of the 24.7 million full-time working individuals in the UK missed out on a total of 57,057,000 days of vacation.

However, a third of respondents believe that things would be the same in 2021, with 28% ready to forego their vacations entirely in exchange for more earnings.

“We were particularly worried to learn so many Britons aren’t making time for themselves this year – our statistics indicate people are more stressed and in need of this than ever before,” said Simon Thompson, managing director of Warner Leisure Hotels.

“Even a brief vacation can help us pause, reset, and reconnect with loved ones – and a relaxing vacation does not have to be abroad. Britain is such a beautiful country to visit, and our visitors are usually surprised at how little of the island they have seen.

“After discovering that one in three Britons did not use their entire annual leave allotment last year, we’re seeking for someone with weeks of unclaimed vacation to give them some much-needed breaks throughout the year,” says Warner. We believe we can ease even the most stressed-out Brit!”

We hope that these startling statistics will persuade some hardworking Britons that taking time off is not a luxury, but a necessity.

Warner Leisure Hotels’ Managing Director, Simon Thompson

Four out of 10 Britons claim their employer doesn’t allow them to “roll over” vacation days, which means that if they aren’t used, they are gone forever.

More than a quarter (26%) admit to having a “fear of annual leave,” which prevents them from taking days off, and one in three admits to taking annual leave they didn’t need. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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