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Marriage leave is the legal right to enjoy leave of absence by an employee due to them getting married without loss of wages. Irish civil servants are entitled 5 days.[1] In Malta, every employee is entitled to 2 days' marriage leave.[2] In Vietnam, according to the Labor Code, an employee is entitled to 3 days of paid leave when they get married, and 1 day of paid leave when a child of theirs get married. They are also entitled to 1 day of unpaid leave when their father, mother, natural brother or sister gets married.[3]

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References

  1. ^ Special Leave with pay on Marriage. Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. 11 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Employment and Industrial Relations Act". justiceservices.gov.mt. Retrieved 2018-11-23.
  3. ^ LABOUR CODE 2012 - English translation