Annual leave are the days a company allocates an employee for paid holiday. Many are concerned about what will become of their annual leave because of coronavirus.
It went on: “The regulations will allow up to four weeks of unused leave to be carried into the next two leave years, easing the requirements on business to ensure that workers take statutory amount of annual leave in any one year.
“This will mean staff can continue working in the national effort against the coronavirus without losing out on annual leave entitlement.”
This news will be a relief to many concerned about their leave.
For other workers, Martin has been addressing the furlough scheme.
A furlough is supposed to allow companies to continue employing staff, even if they have no work to do.
The government has pledged to pay employers 80 percent of each employees salary up to £2,500 a month.
However, Martin claims there are some problems with the scheme.
He said: “This is the biggest problem we are facing as a society at…