Longer holidays for casuals
From 1 April, workers' entitlement to paid time off increases to 28 days per
year if you work five days a week, and pro rata.
This follows a European ruling that state holidays (in the UK, Bank Holidays)
must be counted on top of the normal entitlement.
So for every £100 you are paid for working regular shifts, you should
get an extra £12.10 in respect of paid time off. Some clients automatically
add this - check, and if it's not there, claim!