Bummed that Christmas was over a weekend this year? Here’s what’s in store on the holiday front in 2017.
If you’re working in Denmark, take note that you’re already one of the luckiest employees on the planet when it comes to annual leave, before you even factor public holidays into the equation.
By law, firms have to give full-time staff 25 days off, with many offering even more generous policies. You usually have the right to take three consecutive weeks off between May and September, which is why it feels like the cities empty out in July and August as residents disappear to their summer houses.
But as well as paid vacation days, there are around nine public holidays each year. Plenty of workers schedule their breaks away around these public holidays. However, you don’t usually have to.