After getting through a complete year of work, most people are ready for a well deserved vacation. This time can be used to relax and enjoy the fruits of all your hard work. It gives staff members an opportunity to spend time with their loved ones or travel to new places. When taking annual holiday leaves, one should always get approval in advance. This way vacation plans, bookings and travelling will not be disturbed in case of disapproved applications. Employees should also make sure that they take vacations when the work load is light or when not every one is looking to take a leave. This can happen during the summer and winter seasons because children are usually on break from school and parents want to take holidays to accommodate school timings.
123 Circuits Ave, London
Date: June 16, 2010
Re: Annual Leave
Dear Mr. Sanders,
I am writing to you today to request that my annual leave be from July 23 to July 30. I currently have 08 days in my Holiday leave balance and would like to consume them for this vacation.
I will be traveling with my family to meet my parents, who live out of the state. However, I will be available by phone to answer any questions from the office. I highly recommend that my work be divided between John Seymour and Jane Lewis because they are familiar with the projects I am working on.
I thank you in advance for approving my leave on the given dates so that I can make travel plans accordingly.
Director of Art
123 Design Ave, New York
Date: July 15, 2012
Dear Mr. Junior,
After an eventful 2011, I would like to request for my annual holiday leave from September 23 to October 12. I will be making a trip down to Hawaii to enjoy the sand and Surf with my fiancé.
I currently have 20 days left over in my annual leave balance and would like to use all of them for this break.
I will complete all projects before I leave so that there is no pending work left when I am away from the office. I thank you in advance for approving my leave on the given dates so that I can make travel plans accordingly.