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Short-term care leave (kortdurend zorgverlof)
An employee can take short-term care leave for a foster child as well, provided they are registered with the employee and a foster care contract has been signed.
Every twelve months employees are entitled to no more than twice the number of hours in one work week. If an employee works 36 hours a week, for example, he/she can take up to 72 hours short-term care leave every twelve months. Employees are entitled to receive at least seventy percent of their salary while on this leave.
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