The employer and the employee agree on the leave by means of a written job alternation agreement. However, the employee does not have a subjective right to job alternation leave, as the job alternation leave has a voluntary basis. If you are working full-time, you can agree with your employer to take job alternation leave for a fixed period.
After concluding a job alternation agreement, your employer undertakes to hire a jobseeker who is registered as unemployed at the TE Office for at least the same period. The employer does not need to hire an unemployed person for the same tasks performed by the person taking the leave. The working time of the employee or employees hired for the duration of the job alternation leave must be at least equal to the working time of the employee who has taken the leave.