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Employee’s Right to Interrupt or Postpone the Vacation

Viimati uuendatud: 19.02.2017


The employee has a right to interrupt, postpone or prematurely end the vacation on significant personal reasons, primarily due to an illness, pregnancy leave, or participating in a strike. Interrupting or postponing the vacation means in most cases that the employee is temporarily incapable of work. For example, the employee falls ill immediately before or during the vacation.

As soon as possible, the employee must notify the employer about circumstances prohibiting the use of the vacation. For instance, when falling ill during a vacation, the employer must be notified and asked to discontinue the vacation.

Issuance of the certificate of incapacity to work does not automatically discontinue the vacation and the employer must draw the employee’s attention to the circumstance that a corresponding expression of will must be presented.

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