Last month, the French Court of Cassation ruled that absences taken as a result of non-occupational illnesses must be taken into account when determining the amount of paid leave accrued, bringing French law in line with EU law.
Until now, local law has stated that sick days do not constitute a period of actual work and, as a result, do not need to be considered when determining the amount of paid leave a worker is entitled to.
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