Most of us are just getting back into the swing of things (and remembering how to do our jobs) and, we're already thinking about taking time off... There's no shame in longing for the next long weekend.
With a bit of clever planning and the help of existing public holidays and long weekends, you could actually stretch your annual leave days to get another good few days of holiday fun in the middle of your 9-5 slog. That's if you haven't maxed out your legal annual leave limit!
Here's a few holiday hack to maximise your days off using the least amount of leave days in 2020:
April: Take 3 days leave in April and get 7 days off including the weekend.
Submit leave forms for 9, 14 and 15 April.
April and May: Take 3 days leave in April and get 9 days off including Friday, 1 May 2020.
Submit leave forms for 28, 29 and 30 April.
June: Take 1 day of leave In June and get 4 days off.
Submit leave forms for 15 June.
August: Take 2 days leave in August and get 5 days off.
Submit leave forms for 7 and 11 August.
September: Take 2 days leave in September and get 5 days off.
Submit leave forms for 25 and 28 September
December: Take 2 days leave and get 5 days off and then again, 2 days leave to get another 5 days off in December 2020.
Submit leave forms for 17, 18 December and 24, 28 December.