First of all, I don't know exactly the term in English for an "excedence", it's the right to leave the job for X time, but granting a place in the company after that X time. I think it's to leave on personal grounds. In my country (Spain) as far as I know from what I've searched, the only requisite is to have a year seniority. For me, that full year will be in the 1st of July, when they would renew me (I've been talking with my boss and he told me that he wanted to do it).
The thing is that I'm thinking of returning to study a Higher Level Education Cycle, which would take me another year, and as I would start studying on September I would like to tell him with some anticipation my intentions. Also I would like to return to this job, as I've been comfortable with it and my coworkers.
An small chronogram of the dates
- 1st July 2021, starts my renewed contract
- Same 1st July, I reach the minimum time to ask for an "excedence", at this time (some days/weeks later) I would ask for it
- Approx 1st September, I would start to study
- Approx July 2022 I would return to my job
My question is, how ethical is to as soon as I've started my new period of work, to ask for that "excedence", probably making a mess in my boss's plans?