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Working hours

Five days working week is determined for persons under the age of 18.
If persons under the age of 18 continue attending elementary school, secondary school or vocational school, the time spent in studies and work calculated together must not exceed seven hours per day and 35 hours per week.
If persons under the age of 18 are employed by several employers the working hours must be aggregated.
It is prohibited to employ persons under the age of 18 in extra hours (referring to the working hours stipulated for child and adolescent).

  • Children
    • Persons under the age of 15 or who continue attending elementary school until the age of 18)

Children who have reached 13 years of age cannot be employed:

  • more than two hours per day and more than 10 hours per week if the work is performed during the school year;
  • more than four hours per day and more than 20 hours per week if the work is performed during the holidays;

It is prohibited to employ children during the night. In case of children night is considered a period from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • Adolescents
    • (persons from 15 to 18 years of age not attending elementary school)

Adolescents must not be employed more than seven hours per day and more than 35 hours per week.
It is prohibited to employ persons under the age of 18 during the night. Night is considered a period from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.