By being strategic and using additional holidays, like the Queen’s Four-Day Platinum Jubilee Weekend, you can take time off work for two months out of the year.
By being strategic for your holidays like the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, you can enjoy 62 days off during the year.
Her Majesty’s birthday is set to be “the biggest event the UK has ever seen” according to organizers.
The competition will take place next year over an exceptional four-holiday weekend and feature 6,500 artists on the last day alone.
Beginning on Thursday, June 2 and ending on Sunday, organizers also hope that it will surpass Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee celebrated in 1897.
In total, you’ll actually only need to book 26 days with your boss – but make sure you get in quickly before someone else has the same idea!
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Here’s when to take time off in 2022, according to research by HolidayPirates.
January : January 4-7 (take four days off to get nine)
April : April 11-14 & April 19-22 (take eight days off to get 16)
Can : May 3-6 (take four days off to get nine)
June : May 30 – June 1 (take three days off to get nine)
August: August 30 – September 2 (take four days off to get nine)
December: December 28-30 (take three days off to get 10)
Phil Salcedo, UK & North America Market Manager at HolidayPirates, said: “At HolidayPirates, our users are booking trips in 2022 to destinations such as the Maldives and Mexico, as well as unforgettable experiences. like an Antarctic cruise.
“Surprisingly, there are also more holiday bookings for 2022 than for 2021, as our partners report. “