Holiday camp operator Butlin’s has yet to tell 1,000 furloughed workers what their future is when the government’s wage subsidy scheme ends next month.
A document sent to staff and seen by the BBC suggests employees either take paid holiday if they have any remaining or unpaid leave if not.
Butlin’s is currently operating at 50% capacity and is heading into the winter months when income falls significantly.
It said no decision had been made about workers on the government scheme.
The company said: “Since we reopened Butlin’s we’ve worked hard to bring back as many of our team as possible whilst ensuring we’re safe and secure.
“There has been no decision made regarding our team who are still furloughed.”
Butlin’s – whose workers are known for their distinctive red jackets – has 6,000 employees in total. It is part of the privately-owned Bourne Leisure Group which also operates Haven