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        11-25-2008, 04:55 AM
    Help with holidays

    Dear all, as we all know Christmas is approaching really fast.

    Our company HR sent out the list of days which we have off during Christmas time. I have 5 working days to take off and I am wondering how to arrange it so that I can have longer holidays.

    Here are the dates:

    Monday 22nd Dec - Normal working day
    Tuesday 23rd Dec - Normal working day
    Wednesday 24th Dec - Christmas Eve- Finish at 1pm
    Thursday 25th Dec - Christmas Day - Closed
    Friday 26th Dec - Boxing Day - Closed
    Saturday 27th Dec - Weekend
    Sunday 28th Dec - Weekend
    Monday 29th Dec - Normal working day
    Tuesday 30th Dec - Normal working day
    Wednesday 31st Dec - New Years Eve- Finish at 1pm

    JANUARY 2009

    Thursday 1st Jan - New Years Day - Closed
    Friday 2nd Jan - Normal working day

    Can anyone please help me to decide either I should take 31st off or 22nd off?

    Many thanks

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        11-25-2008, 07:41 AM
    Well if you want a larger pay check take dec 31 off.
    You will be giving up less hours
        11-25-2008, 07:58 AM
    Nice one Regal, I will take 31st off then

    Thanks for helping me decide


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