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Understanding the basis for calculating paid leave
Understanding the basis for calculating paid leave

Working or business days, you can decide according to your organization!

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Written by Marine
Updated over a week ago

The correct settings for your paid leave counter calculation base is crucial to correctly deduct your teams' leave in the payroll. If in doubt, don’t hesitate to reach out to your accountant !

Head to Settings > Locations & schedules section > Paid leave calculation :

  • Business days : When the employee takes a week of paid leave, they take 5 days off. The employee acquires 2.08 days of paid leave every month.

  • Working days : When the employee takes a week of paid leave, they take 6 days off. The employee acquires 2.5 days of paid leave every month.

  • On 7 days: Specific to Spain, but some French collective agreements may allow this. 7 days are deducted and the employee acquires 3 days of paid leave every month.

💡 Good to know :

  • Part-time employees acquire as many days of paid leave as full-time employees.

  • Each employee generally accumulates 5 weeks of paid holiday (that is to say 25 to 30 days), whether the location is set up in working days or business days.

  • This configuration must be fully set up in order to be able to monitor your employees' paid leave counters.

  • If required, you can also change the default monthly acquisition value here:

To find out how to indicate paid leave on the schedule, go here 👈

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