A new National Audience’s (NA) ruling on paid leave states when the paid leave must be enjoyed if it occurs on a non-business day. This matter is stated in the Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBA) since the Workers Statute does not mention it. In this particular case, the CBA stated that the paid leave will start the day that the event causing the leave took place. However, if such event takes place on a non-business day, has that day to be taken into account in order to count down the total period of leave? The NA was precise in this respect, that the rules laid down in CBA resulting from the negotiated will of the representatives of the company and employees and that its provisions must be respected unless infringe any superior rule, which in the present, case does not occur. In addition, the NA considers that it is not contrary to the rules of logic, the requirement that the days of paid leave are enjoyed on the date that the situation causing it takes place and may not be transferred to immediate business days. Consequently, the NA decided that the CBA’s provisions must be respected since they are the will of both parties.