Annual paid leave
Workers who have worked continuously for six months and have reported for duty for at least 80% of total working days may take at least 10 days of paid leave. After that, if they are working continuously, this amount increases by one day for every additional year up to two years and six months, and by two days from three years and six months, up to a maximum of 20 days of paid leave. There is no obligation to give a purpose or reason when taking annual leave, and in principle you have the right to take it at any time. If taking annual leave would have a seriously negative affect on your work, however, the user may be allocated different days.

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