27.2.1 Any hours agreement that includes a Saturday or Sunday as regular hours is subject to the agreement between the employer and the workers directly concerned. 22.4.2 (n)iii) the provision of a number of information services; 12.4.2 The employer and the worker agree on the period during which the worker has the right not to be available to participate in the work. In the absence of an agreement, the employee is allowed not to be available to participate in the work for up to 48 hours (or two days) per occasion. The casual worker is not entitled to a payment for the duration of the non-participation. 34.6 Annual leave is granted within a maximum of six months from the date of annual leave, provided that this annual leave can be deferred by mutual agreement between the employer and the worker. 12.2 A casual worker is hired for a period of at least two consecutive hours for each commitment period. 30.1.2 No more than ten hours are worked for a position at normal rates, unless there is agreement within the meaning of Regulation 30.2. Subject to the requirements of paragraph 30.2.1. the way posted workers work must be agreed by mutual agreement between the employer and the worker. 39.7.6 A worker who wishes to adopt a child is entitled to unpaid leave to participate in mandatory interviews or examinations required as part of the adoption process.
The worker and the employer should agree on the length of unpaid leave. If there is no agreement, the worker is entitled to two days of unpaid leave. If the worker has paid leave, the employer can ask the worker to take the leave. 39.6.1 (c)) he takes paternity leave to become the principal caretaker of a child; 28.2 Notwithstanding other provisions of this clause, the employer and the majority of the workers concerned may agree to grant up to five days of leave when the regulation of normal working hours provides for a day off.