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Part I - Act respecting labour standards

CHAPTER IV - Labour standards

Annual leave with pay (section 66 to 77)

Sections
66
67
68
68.1
69
70
71
71.1
72
73
74
74.1
75
76
77

Section 67

Less than one year of uninterrupted service

An employee who, at the end of a reference year, is credited with less than one year of uninterrupted service with the same employer during that period, is entitled to an uninterrupted leave for a duration determined at the rate of one working day for each month of uninterrupted service, for a total leave not exceeding two weeks.

1979, c. 45, s. 67.

Interpretation

Where an employee is credited with less than one year of uninterrupted service with an employer, the length of his annual leave is equivalent to one working day for every month of uninterrupted service (within the meaning of paragraph 12 of section 1). However, the employee’s leave shall not exceed two weeks.

It should be noted that the employee may demand that the leave be uninterrupted.

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