If a worker has earned winter holiday, it should be granted between 1.10 and 30.4.
Sundays, public holidays, Independence day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Epiphany, Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Holy Saturday and Easter Monday are days, which are not calculated as holidays.
If a worker is on annual holiday during the Easter week, then the following days are not calculated as holidays; Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday or Easter Monday.
If you fall ill during you annual holiday, you have the right to postpone your holiday straightaway on the first sick day. The worker should however provide the employer with a holiday transfer request without delay, as well as with an adequate explanation of his or hers incapacity to work.
Watch the video on how winter holiday is earned below: