The Holiday trick – how to achieve 24 days holiday only using 14 days allowance


Actually this is no trick, this is very really indeed…

In 2018 it is possible to secure 24 days off, consecutively, using only 14 days of your holiday allowance!

It’s a long month, everybody is feeling the pressure and pain of a 5 week slog to pay day…but this bit of news could cheer you up!

It is possible, this year and with a fair wind and approval of your boss to achieve a whopping 24 days off work, all in a row.  Admittedly you may come back to a dystopian landscape in terms of your career but it could just be worth it.  After all, that distant plan of travelling around Thailand or maybe an extended LA road trip, could now become a reality.

Here’s how…

The Holiday trick

The May bank holidays have all stacked together like dominos this year.  For instance:  May Day is the 7th May, while Spring bank falls on the 28 May.

Get that calendar up and look towards Tuesday 8th May and Friday 25th May – yup, it’s correct, count them again, thats 14 days booked off and a grand 24 days to kick back.


You can thank us on the way out

The holiday trick

But before you go remember to register your CV for that dream job!

Bon Voyage!

GDPR & Recruitment

It’s re-assuring to know that the MD of our CRM provider has an eye on GDPR and understand the challenges and opportunities that come with the updated / new regulations. In a world where information is becoming every more open to public scrutiny and where job seekers take ‘perceived risks’ when venturing into a career search it is refreshing that the world offers protection for all.

Candidates need to be aware that when they put their details into open domains their details can end up in all sorts of places so please talk to Interface about how we can help you manage your data securely through proper career search planning. This will include:

Managing your social presence (connecting your work life digital imprint safely)

Simply tips and tricks – (making yourself findable to the right people)

What information to leave on your CV.

Managing your recruitment relationships