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Employees risk losing their holiday that has not been taken before the end of the year

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calendar 26 November 2021
globus Denmark

Employees must take both 4 weeks of holiday and any holiday they have left from the "mini-holiday year" by December 31, 2021. Otherwise, they risk losing the holiday. Under the new holiday law, holiday in excess of 4 weeks can be transferred or paid out if employees have not managed to take the holiday by the end of the year. However, according to the authorities, holidays that employees have left from the "mini-holiday year" have a special status and cannot be transferred or paid out if they are not taken before the end of the year.

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