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duvet day

n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) informal a day of leave from work that an employee is allowed to take at short notice
[C20: from the idea of staying in bed rather than going to work]
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I've had massive duvet days where I didn't leave the house.
IT WOULDN'T surprise me if employers have noticed a spike in sta sickness and the number of duvet days taken in the past fortnight.
From duvet days and snuggling on the sofa to waterproof walks, there's everything the whole family needs to beat the cold and wet - and you won't burn a hole in your pocket.
And now she's used her experiences to re-train as a life coach, has written a book about her battle to survive and is speaking at an event at the National Assembly for Wales on Tuesday entitled From Desk Days to Duvet Days.
David Beckham needs to rest his foot and if he and his wife feel like using their duvet days to promote an alternative to capitalist militarism they should be applauded for giving peace a chance.
Blackout blinds do just that and are perfect for those duvet days.
To help you get all snuggled up for the winter, we have taken several duvet days to uncover the best bedding deals in town.
Trust me, duvet days are a medical necessity now and then.
Kwik-Fit Insurance is believed to be the first Scots company to bring in duvet days -holidays that can be taken at short notice without explanation.
And after being refused permission for a couple of duvet days, the painter and decorator has dubbed Cowell, 51, the Dark Lord - after Harry Potter baddie Voldemort.
Peter Smith was tied to a chair by workmates and left outside Easter Road with just a Hearts hat and duvet days before his wedding.