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Mongolia

Get to know the local legislation around types of leave.

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Paid time off

Employees are given 15 days of paid annual leave per year to begin with, with the number of days increasing with years of service.

Public holidays

New Year’s Day

Lunar New Year

International Women’s Day

Mother and Child Day

Naadam

Day of the Proclamation of the People’s Republic

Mongolian People’s Revolution

Sick days

Employees are entitled to as much sick time as they require.

Maternity leave

Maternity leave is granted to female employees for 120 days. It begins 60 days before the child's birth and concludes 60 days after the child's birth. Mongolia's social insurance scheme provides payouts to eligible employees. Employees are eligible for benefits if they have made at least 12 contributions in the six months before to taking maternity leave, and those contributions have been continuous. Employees who qualify earn 70% of their average wage and income for the previous 12 months.

Paternity leave

Male employees do not receive paternity leave.

Parental leave

Mothers and single dads with children under the age of three are entitled to childcare leave. During this time off, the employer is responsible for paying the employee's social insurance.

Other leave

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