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ajinxs
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Cool benefits I think...lol

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  • 12
    oof, just 15 days. Here, we have way more required by law lol
  • 5
    I get everything besides #2 for a part time student job in Germany (of course with 20 days leave).
  • 4
    I mean, broken-heart leave sounds nice at first, but it really depends on what they mean by it.
  • 3
    Yep it's way to less here compared to other countries. That broken heart leave is to up everyone's translation I think...not sure what to make up of that.
  • 3
    Lol broken heart day leave.
  • 0
    No burnout leave!
  • 1
    @FahadAlt I think there should be burnout leave ^^
  • 1
    Depends where you're located. In the UK something like 21 is required by law, and it's usually at least 25 for decent companies (that doesn't include bank holidays either, so add a few more days to that too.)
  • 2
    Free beverages and snack
  • 1
    @frogstair Just one snack!
  • 3
    So as a entry level in Italy I've more days of leave than a 5+ years senior in USA?
  • 0
    My heart would be broken every day then
  • 2
    @crisz Yup. Welcome to the US.
  • 0
    Oof just 15 day of annual leave while I have 42?!? (Note thats only for juniors otherwise its 28)
  • 2
    Plot twist: #2 is for when they fire you.
  • 1
    @sudocode yes, your are correct mate. Pandora's box is open now
  • 2
    15 days?! I think the legal amount over here (when working full-time) is at least 20ish?
  • 0
    I think I would take a broken heart retirement package
  • 1
    @linuxxx it is. Usual is 25 days. But if you work in a good CAO sector, you can get even more. I've got 40 days 😅
  • 0
    In civilised countries we don't need health insurance to be a "benefit". It's free
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