Working Hours and Pay
Everything you need to know about working hours, leave of absence, sickness absence and annual leave, as well as SAP portal and DFØ app. When will you get your paycheck, how can you get your expenses reimbursed and what do you need to know about business travels?
Working hours are determined by the provisions of the Working Environment Act, the basic collective agreements for the civil service and the supplementary agreement on flexible working in the public sector.
You must notify your line manager as quickly as possible if you are unable to go to work because you or your child/childminder are ill.
Every employee has a right and an obligation to take annual leave. You are normally entitled to five weeks’ annual leave. Employees who turn 60 years of age during the holiday year are entitled to one additional week’s leave.
Your fixed salary is paid on the 12th day of the month. If this falls on a weekend or public holiday, it will be paid on the last working day before the 12th.
Pay Rates for Various Jobs
These pay rates are in effect starting 1 July 2019 and were most recently revised on 28 October 2019.
Leave of Absence
Some types of leave are statutory or granted under the basic collective agreements. Other types of leave are given under internal rules or guidelines. Here you can find information about different types of leave.
The SAP Portal and DFØ App
In the SAP portal or the DFØ app, you can register working hours, apply for holidays, see your payslip and write a travel invoice.