Each country has its own working vacation time set by regulations. A study conducted by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Legal annual leave policy for full-time private sector employees in different countries.
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Holidays included in order to calculate the total number of Countries having more and more days off for their employees.
In the case of Colombia, the country has 15 working days off according to regulations, with the difference that it has several days off during the year. but, It is not among the leaders of the list.
The arrangement starts with more than 30 days of annual leave, twice as much as in Colombia, and the same as in Austria. The Austrians annually have 25 days and 13 days. In total there are 38.
It is followed by France and Spain, with 36 each.. In fourth place is South Korea, which has a total of 31 days. Other countries with many annual holidays including vacation include Germany with 30, the United Kingdom with 28, and Japan with 26.
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In the case of the region, Cuba, Peru and Panama are the countries with the most days offs, for a total of 30 days. There is the option of taking it continuously, like in Brazil they give a total of 26 days.
In Uruguay it is 20 days, although every four years of seniority it increases by another day. This is followed by those who give 15 days, which is The case of Colombia, Chile, Guatemala and Venezuela.
Ecuador and El Salvador also grant 15 days, which must be taken continuously. Same in Argentina, although in that country it takes 14 days for an employee to reach five years with the company; then up to 21 days; By 10 years old it increases to 28.
Countries with fewer vacation days
on the continent, Mexico is the country that grants the least holidays and occupies one of the last places in the world listhe. The minimum vacation a Mexican can take is 6 days, and as years of work accumulate, this number increases.
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Just China and New Guinea give employees fewer days off: five each. Although holidays in China are not mandatory. On the other hand, there are 10 vacation days in the United States, almost four times less than in Austria. These 10 days are holidays, as it is the only country in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development that does not have a legal minimum annual leave for employees at the federal level.
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