Everyone is entitled to at least 25 working days holiday each year. From 60 years of age, you are entitled to one additional week.
Working days are weekdays including Saturdays. Sundays and public holidays are not regarded as working days. Normally, six working days correspond to one week. The employee is thus entitled to four weeks and one day’s holiday each calendar year.
Setting up holiday lists
In good time before the holiday, employers are to discuss the fixing of holiday dates and setting up of holiday lists with each individual employee or his representative.
If the employee and the employer fail to agree, the employer shall have the final word. However, the employee is entitled to three weeks continuous holiday during the main holiday period from 1 June until 30 September.
The employee may as a general rule demand to know when he or she is to take holiday at the latest two months before the holiday is to be taken.
Sick during your holiday?
If you are sick during the holiday, you may claim a corresponding number of days off later in the year. Such a claim must be supported by a medical certificate and be submitted as soon as possible after return to work.