How about this article?

  • Okay I like to choose 0
  • I'm sad
  • I'm angry I'm angry 0
  • Well choose Well 0

It's a summer vacation. It's time to give a break to myself, who's been running hard for half a year.

According to a recent survey by the public benefit organization, `` Work Attendance 119, '' which surveyed 1,000 workers, the item `` Should not use statutory leave, such as annual leave, '' showed the biggest difference by rank. This means that the difference between the top managers' level, such as' manager 'and' boss', and the general employee's view of 'vacation' was the biggest.

Although leave is the right of each worker, there are many times when you still want to take a vacation, or you may not be able to take as much time as you want. Some workplaces still have a “day off” and don't allow you to go on vacation, which is all illegal.

■ Vacations You Can Get 'Legal'
The summer vacation we often talk about is annual paid vacation. This means you can spend your annual leave and get paid to rest. In addition, the Labor Standards Act guarantees menstrual leave and maternity leave (pregnant female workers). You can also be guaranteed maternity leave and infertility treatment leave based on the Employment Equality and Family Support Act.

What about other types of vacations, such as conservative vacations, reward vacations, sick leave and alternative vacations? These vacations are not legally covered by law. It depends on the company's rules, the rules of employment. It's important to look at what kind of leave your company covers as a rule of employment.

■ A company that decides how long to leave. Company to show menstrual napkin
As I mentioned earlier, the annual paid vacation is a vacation that workers can freely use when they want. It is also a problem that the company unilaterally designates when to leave, and it is also a matter of compulsory that if you do not take leave at this time, you cannot use it.

Menstrual leave, which is guaranteed to female workers, is also legal leave. The Labor Standards Act states that employers must give menstruation leave if required by female workers. Basically, it is unpaid leave, but the company can set it as paid leave as a rule of employment. One of the reports received by the VideoMug Nogari team was that a regular female employee in a public agency said they would take menstrual leave, and the agency asked for a sanitary napkin. Workers do not have to submit 'evidence', and if they ask for it, they may be fined up to 5 million won.

Isn't there a vacation that is a worker's right, or a vacation that you didn't use because you didn't notice it? VideoMug Nogari, a project to become a clever man, is about a vacation Check out the video for more details.