In the UK, most employees working 5 days a week are entitled to 5.6 weeks of holiday, or 28 days. Bank holidays may be included within these 28 days, but ultimately, it is in the employer’s discretion to do so. For those working part-time, they are also entitled to 5.6 weeks of holiday, but the days are calculated a bit differently.
For example, if an employee works 2 days a week, they have earned 5.6*2= 11.2 days of paid leave.
Workers will be paid the same amount per week on leave as they would while they’re working.
Depending on how hours are paid, will determine how much employees will be paid while they’re on holiday.