duvet day


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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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uk surveyed more than 3,500 employees to find out how many had 'pulled a sickie' in each UK region in 2017 and found that shockingly 18 per cent of respondents in the north west admitting to doing so at least once in 2017 because they wanted a rest or duvet day.
The village of Dalwhinnie in Inverness-shire was the place for a duvet day as temperatures fell to -11.
Most women in the media would have been tempted to hide away from all the attention on a major duvet day.
21 MRS MOP Every day will feel like a duvet day with hi-tech Spundown bedding.
Plus, when you're in the midst of a cold or flu, you need extra shut-eye to combat infection, so don't fight the drowsiness - a duvet day is totally justified.
Look no further than a career at Birmingham City Council, where for some lucky workers every day is a duvet day.
In the middle group, staff aged 35 to 54, 5 percent confessed to nabbing a so-called duvet day.
ELAS says: "More and more bosses have drifted into accepting text messages and emails as confirmation that staff will not be heading into work EoAC" making it much easier for staff to get away with taking a duvet day.
If you're feeling under par, it can also be a good time to enjoy a duvet day.
Crucial for taking those calls from your boss when you're having a duvet day.
Make every day a duvet day with the newly-launched 'duvet coat,' which was found all over the runways in Paris and Milan.