EXPERTS have shared a way for Barnsley folk to maximise the amount of annual holiday leave next year - and get up to 41 days off.

 

It comes after a challenging and disruptive year with the need for a healthy work-life balance crucial more than ever to prevent burnout.

 

A YouGov study which shows that only 44 per cent of people report feeling happy in the second half of 2020, compared to 75 per cent who feel stressed and frustrated.

 

The team at Instant Offices has released a list of dates which would ensure that workers get the maximum amount of time away from the workplace.

 

This has been made to work alongside bank holiday days and annual breaks.

 

The dates include:

  •  January 1 - January 9

(Take a ten-day holiday by booking four days off)

  •  April 2 - April 11

(Take a ten-day holiday by booking four days off)

  • May 1 - May 9

(Take a nine-day holiday by booking four days off)

  • May 29 - May 31

(A three day weekend)

  • August 28 - September 6

(Take a nine-day holiday by booking four days off)

  • December 23 - January 3

 

(Take a ten-day holiday by booking three days off)