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Types of leaves

Annual leave: Workers are entitled to: 21 consecutive days' annual leave per year/One day for every 17 days worked/One hour for every 17 hours worked.

Sick leave: Workers are entitled to: Six weeks' paid sick leave in period of 36 months/1 day's paid sick leave for every 26 days worked during the first six months of employment. A medical certificate may be required before paying an employee who is absent for more than two consecutive days or who is frequently absent.

Maternity leave: A pregnant employee is entitled to four consecutive months' leave. A pregnant employee may not be allowed to perform work that is hazardous to her or her child.

Maternity leave: A pregnant employee is entitled to four consecutive months' leave. A pregnant employee may not be allowed to perform work that is hazardous to her or her child.

Family responsibility leave: Three to five (3 to 5) days paid leave per year on request, when the employee's child is born/sick or in the event of the death of the employee's spouse/life partner/parent/adoptive parent/ grandparent/child/adoptive child/grandchild/sibling. An employer may require reasonable proof, before granting this leave. Male employees are entitled to up to three/five day's paternity leave when the child is born.

 

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