Dominguez v Centre Informatique du Centre Ouest Atlantique  IRLR 321 ECJ
Reports relating to this case:
Working time: National law cannot require minimum period of work before annual leave entitlement arises
- 17 July 2012
In Dominguez v Centre Informatique du Centre Ouest Atlantique  IRLR 321 ECJ, the ECJ held that a French law that made the entitlement to annual leave conditional on the worker having performed a minimum amount of work during the reference year was not compatible with art.7 of the Working Time Directive.
- 13 February 2012
The European Court of Justice has said that it is contrary to the Working Time Directive (03/88/EC) for national legislation to make entitlement to paid annual leave conditional on a worker having worked a minimum of 10 days for the same employer in the holiday year.