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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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com) 2 duvet days Students can't actually stay in bed all day but you still need bedding.
Thankfully, duvet days are easy to arrange and even easier on the wallet.
IT WOULDN'T surprise me if employers have noticed a spike in staff sickness and the number of duvet days taken in the past fortnight.
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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.
Not only do duvet days dispense with the need for elaborate excuses - they also improve employer/employee relations, apparently.
The idea came from a book called Duvet Days which I wrote last year to help A-level business students," said Professor Jones, from Flint.
I did notice that there were very few cars in town on Wednesday - I can only assume that snow days are the new duvet days when people blag a few extra days off.