a. holiday pay pursuant to the present Act, paid during the qualifying year, b. shares of net profits, c. regular payments earned and paid irrespective of absence of holiday, or d. the value of goods, services or other benefits other than payments in money. The value of full or partial board received as part of payment for work shall, however, be included in the basis for calculating holiday pay.
Section 10. Calculation of holiday pay
a. sickness benefit paid by the National Insurance for up to 48 days in each qualifying year, cf. section 8-33 of the National Insurance Act. In addition, the National Insurance pays holiday pay based on sickness benefit refunded by the National Insurance to the employer in respect of employees who are excepted from the rules concerning employers' periods pursuant to section 8-20, first paragraph, of the National Insurance Act, or in respect of absence for longer than 10 days in the event of children's illness pursuant to section 9-8, cf. section 9-9, of the National Insurance Act. The National Insurance also pays holiday pay based on up to 12 weeks (60 sickness benefit days) of sickness benefit relating to children's illness pursuant to section 9-17 of the National Insurance Act. b. pregnancy benefit paid to employees for up to 64 days of the benefit period, cf. section 14-4 of the National Insurance Act. c. parental benefit paid to employees for up to 12 weeks at the full rate or for up to 15 weeks at 80 per cent of the full rate, cf. section 14-8 of the National Insurance Act. a. compulsory military service pursuant to the Act of 17 July 1953 No. 29 relating to compulsory national service, b. compulsory service in the Civil Defence or Home Guard for up to a total of 3 months each qualifying year.