Your contract should say what your holiday entitlement is and it will probably have a clause like "to be taken during school holidays". It might say something like 39 + 5.6 = 44.6 which means you are being paid for 44.6 weeks even though you only work for 39. Your 44.6 weeks pay will then be divided by 12 so that you get paid every month. ALL employees are entitled to at least 5.6 weeks paid leave. If you can't find your contract then you can either ask for a copy from HR or ask HR what your holiday entitlement is and they must tell you.I've kept out of this but...as far as I know I've never had any sort of holiday pay at all (39 week contract). Is there any way of finding out if I do?
(It's not a stupid question. I'm autistic)
PS It's not a stupid question at all. Working out remuneration for TTO contracts can be a minefield.