What happens to the remaining leave after a termination?
If the annual leave can no longer be granted in full due to termination, the employee can have the remaining leave paid out. If the employment relationship ends up to and including June 30, there is a pro rata vacation entitlement corresponding to the period of employment (1/12 of the annual vacation). If the employee leaves the company in the second half of the year, he or she is entitled to the full statutory minimum vacation entitlement, provided that the employment relationship has already existed since 01.01. Whether contractually agreed additional vacation also accrues depends on the contractual agreements in the individual case.