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It is the employer determines, after consultation with the employee, the periods that the employee can go on vacation. In case of illness, the employee is entitled to receive at least 70% of their salary for a period not exceeding 52 weeks. An employer may not discriminate between men and women, for example, with regard to payment. This obligation is laid down, among others, Article 119 of the Treaty establishing the European Community, which provides that men and women should have the right to equal remuneration for performing the same work. In this regard, under the compensation means the basic wage plus all other income, both monetary and in kind, the employer paid by employees under the labor agreement.

An employer may not discriminate between men and women on any other matters as related to an employment agreement providing training opportunities and other employment conditions, policy promotion, and termination of the employment agreement. The employer is obliged to take action against the security company. It obligation relates to the planning and maintenance of the workplace, the materials used in the work, as well as instructions given by the employee in connection with this work, and aims to protect the employee, the extent possible, from injury or illness. If the employer fails to prove that he fulfilled that obligation, or not be able to prove gross negligence on the part of the employee, he will be responsible for any damage caused to the employee. An employer is not obliged to provide the actual performance of the employee. However, the performance of work will often be in the interests of the employee. This will be the case, for example, if his salary depends on work, or performance of work will increase the likelihood of future employment, or be conducive to his position in the labor market.

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