Countries with the longest holidays in the world
• Countries with the longest holidays in the world
The number of days of paid leave, which the employer is obliged to provide to their employees, in most countries is regulated at the legislative level, ie the State guarantees its citizens a minimum paid maternity leave. See the list of countries with the longest paid leave in the world, compiled on the basis of data collected by the Center for Economic and Political Studies (CERP).
31 days of paid leave is guaranteed by French law.
In the UK, one considers a 28-day paid leave.
In Norway, the 27-day paid vacation put every employee.
Denmark for at least 25 days of paid leave must provide the employer to employees each country.
the minimum amount of paid leave of 25 days set in Finland.
to guarantee the legitimacy of Sweden paid leave is 25 days.
In Austria, too, publicly guaranteed 35-day vacation.
35 days of leave laid residents of Portugal.
In Spain, everyone put a 34-day paid vacation.
Italy guarantees to its citizens 31 days of paid leave.
Belgium - a country where everyone put a 30-day vacation.
30 days of mandatory paid leave shall guarantee its citizens as Germany.
New Zealand where each inhabitant is guaranteed 30 days of paid vacation.
Ireland guarantees its citizens 29 days of paid leave.
In Australia, everyone assumed 28-day paid vacation. As well as in Russia.
In Greece, according to the law 26-day vacation every put.
In the Netherlands, the law guarantees 20 days of paid vacation.
Switzerland: in this country, every citizen can count on 20 days of paid leave.
In Canada, laws require employers to provide paid leave to employees in the amount of at least 19 days.
The Japanese - is undoubtedly the country workaholics. Here, the state minimum paid maternity leave is set at 10 days. What is interesting to take a whole vacation among the Japanese is considered bad form, despite the fact that it is the most overworked nation on the planet.
0 days of paid leave - such "guarantees" can be only in the United States. As the largest economy in the world there are no laws under which citizens have relied guaranteed vacation. The number of days of paid holiday in this country decides exclusively by the employer. That is, the worker, hypothetically, could remain without holidays.