Labor leave

Labor leave

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Labor leave

What is labor leave?

Leave is a statutory period of time during which the employee is not at work and does not fulfill its obligations under the employment contract, but his time is considered work and insurance experience and may be paid.

Types of leave

The leave is mainly divided into paid and unpaid depending on whether the employee will receive remuneration or not during its use.

The Labor Code regulates the following types of leave

• Additional paid annual leave;

• Leave for performance of civil, public and other obligations / in case of marriage, in case of death of a parent, child, spouse, brother, sister and parent of the other spouse or other relatives in the direct line; in case of blood donation, etc./;

Leave during active and term service in the voluntary reserve;

• Leave of trade unionists;

• Unpaid leave;

• Business and creative leave;

• Leave in case of temporary incapacity for work;

• Maternity leave;

• Leave for raising a child up to 2 years of age;

• Leave to raise a child placed with relatives or in a foster family;

Adoption leave for a child up to 5 years of age;

• Unpaid leave for raising a child up to 2 years of age;

• Breastfeeding and feeding leave for a small child;

• Leave in the event of the death or serious illness of the other parent or adoptive parent;

• Unpaid parental leave up to 8 years of age;

• Paid study leave

• Leave for the entrance exam in an educational institution

• Unpaid student leave;

• Additional days paid leave for two or more living children



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