Annual leave

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Annual leave is paid time off work given by employers to employees to be used for whatever the employee wishes. Depending on the employer's policies, there are different number of days off given. It is thought to be a benefit for the employees. Some employees must tell their boss a few days before they go on leave. Most countries around the world have labor laws that mandate employers give a certain number of paid time-off days per year to workers.[1]

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  1. "Paid Vacation Act (H.R. 2096) - GovTrack.us". Retrieved 7 July 2014.