Other types of leaveOther types of leave include so-called statutory leave, i.e. leaves to which you are entitled by law or agreement, or non-statutory leave, which the employer, i.e. the university, can assess based on what is the best for the department/unit. Examples of statutory leave are leave for studies and certain leave for another employment. Examples of non-statutory leave are mainly leave for employment in the private or municipal sectors and other so-called private reasons.
More information can be found in the relevant link below. Apply for leave in Primula web:
- graduation/exam (own)
- trade union leave, FML, with /without pay
- move, own
- research (own, without pay)
- private reasons (leave without pay)
- care for closely related persons
- leave to support a longer work life (65-68 år)
- military service
- family reason
- study leave (e.g. doctoral studies)
- leave for employment elsewhere (a special form must be used)
Medical appointments etc. during working hours
In some cases, paid leave may be granted for medical visits, provided that such a visit must be made during working hours and in accordance with your closest manager. Read more below.
Manuals and handbooks