Leave

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

Italy :: Public holiday practices

Public holidays were determined originally through Act 260/1949 and Act 50/1954 …

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Italy :: Public holidays 2020

  January 1 New Year’s Day (Wednesday)  January 6 Epiphany (Monday) April 12 Easter Sunday April 13 Easter Monday  April 25 Liberation Day (Saturday) May 1 Labour Day (Friday) June 2 Republic Day /National Day (Tuesday) August 15  Assumption Day (Saturday) November 1 All Saints’ Day (Sunday) December 8 Immaculate Conception Day (Tuesday)  December 25  Christmas Day (Friday) December 26 St Stephen’s Day (Saturday) Note: These dates may be modified as official changes are announced, so please check back regularly for updates …

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Italy :: Public holidays 2021

  January 1 New Year’s Day (Friday)  January 6 Epiphany (Wednesday) April 4 Easter Sunday April 5 Easter Monday  April 25 Liberation Day (Sunday) May 1 Labour Day (Saturday) June 2 Republic Day /National Day (Wednesday) August 15  Assumption Day (Sunday) November 1 All Saints’ Day (Monday) December 8 Immaculate Conception Day (Wednesday)  December 25  Christmas Day (Saturday) December 26 St Stephen’s Day (Sunday) When a public holiday falls on a day not normally worked employees are generally entitled to compensation at their normal hourly rate …

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Italy :: Sick leave

Employees who are unable to work due to illness or injury are entitled to receive sick pay and retain their jobs for a certain period …

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Italy :: Other leave entitlements

Marriage/marital leave Employees have the right to 8 days’ paid leave when they are married …

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Italy :: Maternity, paternity and parental leave

Maternity leave A female employee must inform her employer and the Italian National Institute for Social Security (INPS) as soon as her pregnancy has been confirmed by a medical practitioner …

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Italy :: Annual leave

European and national legislation The Italian Constitution (Article 36) guarantees that a “worker has the right to paid annual leave and may not surrender it” …

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