What counts as seasonal work?
Seasonal work refers to work in agriculture and tourism that is done at certain times of the year. The maximum length of seasonal work is nine months.
The branches of agriculture where seasonal work can be done:
- crop and animal production and related service activities, excluding hunting and related service activities
- forest cultivation and other forestry activities.
The branches of tourism where seasonal work can be done:
- accommodation and food service activities
- ski resorts
- tour operator activities
- other reservation service and related activities, such as tour guide services
- activities of amusement parks and theme parks
- support activities to performing arts
- coastal passenger water transport
- inland passenger water transport.
The agriculture and tourism sectors that involve seasonal activities are laid down in a Government Decree.