The number of days with holiday unemployment benefit is calculated from the gross amount you have received in unemployment benefit, holiday unemployment benefit, and maternity benefit in the year of accrual.
2018 is the year of accrual for the holiday unemployment benefit you can receive in the vacation year from 1 May 2019 until 30 April 2020.
The number of days with holiday unemployment benefit is calculated as follows: after subtracting ATP from the total gross amount of benefits you have received in 2017, the resulting number is divided by the benefit rate in 2018 which is then multiplied by a conversion rate. For the year of accrual of 2018, the conversion rate is 0.0954.
Have you had any periods of time in 2018 with vacation at your own expense, had a part-time job, been subject to a waiting day, or similar, it may therefore influence the number of days with holiday benefit you will be able to receive. Furthermore, the number of days with holiday benefit has to be rounded off to a whole number, meaning that one day can be lost.