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The correct way is you take your leave based on the norm there = for example in the UK Scotland and Northern Ireland have different public holidays. All the answers don't seem to realise that if you working in country A you have to follow that countries rules - we do this at my place with teams working in the UK, Russia and Ukraine


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This is something which has no clear answer but needs to be clear from the start, so if you want to settle this right, you do this before you start working for the company in your contract negotations. In these negotiations you can see what the company expects from you and at which days they expect you to work and at which days they don't expect you to work....


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It happened to me once. I asked the company at home and the guys I worked with for four weeks in the foreign country. We decided that what makes most sense is working the same days as the people you are currently working with (I wouldn’t have been able to work in an otherwise empty office anyway), and your amount of available holiday is calculated based on ...


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Only your reporting manager/HR can answer this Would likely differ on a case-by-case basis You should consider consulting your reporting manager/boss on this. Depending on the work culture and your roles/responsibilities, HR personnel may need to be consulted/involved in the decision making too. By leave, a general understanding is that you would be ...


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Ask your manager. The two companies will have these things set out in the contract. If they don't, your manager is still the one to figure this out.


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