Leave

Information on annual leave, sick leave, maternity, paternity and parental leave, public holidays and other leave.

Brazil :: Public holidays 2021

 January 1New Year’s Day (Friday)April 21Tiradentes Day (Wednesday)May 1Labour Day (Saturday)September 7Independence Day (Tuesday)October 12Lady of Aparecida Day (Tuesday)November 2All Souls Day (Tuesday)November 15Republic Day (Monday)December 25Christmas Day (Saturday)There are also a number of optional national holidays such as Christmas Eve (after 2pm) and New Year’s Eve (after 2pm) …

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Brazil :: Sick leave

Employees are entitled to 15 days of sick leave per year, paid for by their employer at their normal salary rate …

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Brazil :: Public holidays 2020

 January 1New Year’s Day (Wednesday)April 21Tiradentes Day (Tuesday)May 1Labour Day (Friday)September 7Independence Day (Monday)October 12Lady of Aparecida Day (Monday)November 2All Souls Day (Monday)November 15Republic Day (Sunday)December 25Christmas Day (Friday)There are also a number of optional national holidays such as Christmas Eve (after 2pm) and New Year’s Eve (after 2pm) …

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Brazil :: Other leave

Employees are entitled to leave for other occasions:Two days should be given in the event of the death of a spouse, ascendant, descendant, sibling or an economic dependent …

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Brazil :: Maternity and paternity leave

Maternity leave Female employees in the private sector are entitled to 120 calendar days of maternity leave …

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Brazil :: Annual leave

Employees are entitled to 30 days of paid annual leave, in addition to the public holidays occurring during the year …

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