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Vacation 

Every employed person has a right to the annual paid vacation regardless of the fact whether the employment contract is signed for a fixed-term or not and regardless of the fact whether the employee works full-time or part-time job. It is regulated by the Labour Law.

Annual vacation cannot be shorter than 4 calendar weeks (28 calendar days) not including the holidays. Employees younger than 18 are entitled to receive one month long vacation. 

If any of vacation days coincide with holidays, vacation is prolonged for the number of holiday days.  Upon a mutual agreement between the employee and the employer the vacation can be transferred proportionally to the number of holiday days. If employee has fallen ill, vacation is transferred or prolonged proportionally to the number of days of illness. Employer and employee mutually agree upon the transfer or prolongation of the vacation.

Vacation can be divided into parts only within the framework of the current year. More to that one of the vacation parts must not be shorter than 2 continuous calendar weeks. The rest of the vacation can be devided also into smaller parts upon a mutual agreement between the employee and the employer. 

It is prohibited to transfer the entire annual vacation to the next year.

Employee can receive the annual vacation for the first year of employment if he or she has served at employer's not less than 6 months without interruption. More to that, employer is obliged to grant such vacation to the full amount. 

It is prohibited to compensate the vacation in means of money except for the cases when the legal employment relationships are ceased and employee has not used the annual paid vacation.

Additional vacation can be received by employees:

  • with three or more children under 16 or disabled child under 18. Additional vacation is 3 working days long;
  • whose work is related to a special hazard. Additional vacation must not be shorter than 3 days.

Other cases (night work, shift work, long-term work etc.) can be stipulated in the collective agreement or employment for granting the additional vacation.

Upon the request of the employee, the employer can grant unpaid vacation to the employee.

In order to take the state exam or write and present a thesis, the employee is entitled to receive the leave for studies and examinations. This vacation must not be shorter than 20 working days per year.

 

According to the collective agreement or employment contract the employee who is studying in any educational establishment is entitled to receive paid or unpaid leave for studies and examinations.