Paid leave/Paid Holidays
A paid holiday that the employer is obliged to give to the worker.
If you continue to work for 6 months and 80% or more of all days during that period are classed as working days, you will be granted at least 10 days of paid leave each year.
The number of working days is 5 days or more per week, or the working hours are 30 hours or more per week.
Number of years of continuous working from hiring
|Legal minimum number of days granted|
|0.5 years||10 days|
|1.5 years||11 days|
|2.5 years||12 days|
|3.5 years||14 days|
|4.5 years||16 days|
|5.5 years||18 days|
|6.5 years or more||20 days|
Working days are 4 days or less per week, working hours are less than 30 hours per week, or annual working days are 216 days or less.
Working days per week
Number of continuous working years from hiring
|0.5years||1.5years||2.5years||3.5years||4.5years||5.5years||6.5 years or more|
|4 days||7 days||8 days||9 days||10 days||12 days||13 days||15 days|
|3 days||5 days||6 days||6 days||8 days||9 days||10 days||21 days|
|2 days||3 days||4 days||4 days||5 days||6 days||6 days||7 days|
|1 days||1 days||2 days||2 days||2 days||3 days||3 days||3 days|
It will disappear in 2 years after being granted, and the maximum number of days that can be carried over is 20 days.
Right of veto for the business operator
This does not exist. However, the company is allowed to offer workers to change to another day if they fall during busy periods and are difficult to operate.
You can apply for undigested paid leave, and the business operator cannot, in principle, refuse it.