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Because of where Christmas and New Year's fall this year, some employees feel like they aren't getting the same amount of time off as previous years. (Photo: iStock)

Because Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day fall on weekends this year, employees are getting somewhat shortchanged for the holidays.


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