Our humanitarian aid workers are our values that support life, create and produce. We care about our employees, think differently, and meet at Support to Life in order to reach a better, more beautiful and more productive operation. With our Human and Culture Program, which we brought together under the title of Support to Life, we support each of one of our employees in the fields they need, and create a happy and productive working environment in which we are proud to work with them.
The project-based progress of the Support to Life activities allows its employees to use their annual paid leave on a monthly basis due to the special conditions of the field of activity. Our employees;
Our employees have 9 days of casual leave within a calendar year that can be for procedures with official institutions that cannot be done on weekends (bank, consulate, school, etc.), education (course, exam, thesis process, etc.), companionship, diseases that do not require a health report, death of second-degree relatives or kinsmen, relocation and unforeseen emergencies.
We wish to maintain the spirit of solidarity, which we believe in while doing our job, even when we become parents. We provide our colleagues, who have just become a father, with a 20 working day paid leave in total by adding 15 days to the 5-day period defined in the Labor Law. You can use this leave, at your discretion, until your child is 1 year old, taking into account the needs of the parents and the baby.
Our employees can request a maximum of 6 months of unpaid leave due to serious and long-term illness, education, special and sensitive situations of their spouses, children and parents.
We provide a leave of 5 working days to our employees who get married or decide to live with their partners while working at Support to Life.
Our employees can take a leave for 5 working days in case of death of their mother, father, spouse, partner or spouse or partner's mothers, fathers, children, siblings or family members under the responsibility of our employee.