Paid leave: how does it work?

Paid leave: how does it work?

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Like any employee, the person who keeps your child is entitled to paid leave. They are calculated, remunerated and taken according to rules which, for the most part, are identical to those which apply to other employees. Our information to see more clearly.

Leave: what are his rights?

  • From the moment the person who has your child has worked for at least 10 days for you during the reference year (from June 1 of the previous year to May 31 of the current year), she is entitled to paid leave: thirty days, five weeks in a full year (from June 1 of the previous year to May 31 of the current year).
  • These leaves are calculated on the basis of 2.5 days per month of reception. Are assimilated to reception carried out: paid holidays of the previous year, leave for personal events, holidays, training leave, maternity and adoption leave or periods, limited to one year. uninterrupted duration of one year, of stop corresponding to accidents at work.
  • The duration of his paid holidays is calculated in working days, to know every day of the week except Sundays and holidays not worked.

Who decides on the dates of his holidays?

  • If you are his only employer, it is you who set the dates of his holidays. If you share your maternal assistant with other families, you have to agree with each other. Please note that the holiday date must be set no later than March 1st. You can not get along with other parents? To your maternal assistant then to choose dates: four weeks in summer and one week in winter.

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  1. Faujin

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  3. Holt

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