Application form is available at the bottom of the page. But please read the information and guidelines on this page first.
From 1 December 2023, a large group of employees under SIK can apply for a holiday fund trip to be held in 2024. This concerns the right to a paid holiday trip every two years, which SIK has obtained for the following groups of employees:
- Commercial and office staff. (Commercial and office staff employed by the Self-Government of Greenland, The Danish State, Tusass A/S, A/S Inissiaatileqatigiiffik INI and the municipalities, who are not covered by another collective agreement.)
- Child care workers and social workers. (Employees who are trained child care workers and social workers, employed in Greenland’s Self-Government and the Greenlandic municipalities, who are not covered by another collective agreement.
Healthcare assistants and support persons. (Employees who are trained healthcare assistants and support persons, employed in Greenland’s Self-Government and the Greenlandic municipalities, who are not covered by another collective agreement.)
Interpreters and translators. (Interpreters and translators employed in Greenland’s Self-Government, the Danish State, Tusass A/S, A/S Boligselskabet INI and in the municipalities that are not covered by another collective agreement.)
If you belong to one of these groups, you thus have the opportunity to get such a trip, if you meet the established guidelines for awarding such a trip – but to be held from 1 April 2024 at the earliest. And in order to be able to use this contractual right, you must fill in a special online application form, which will be available on SIK’s website from 1 December.
In connection with an application for such a trip, the following documentation must be attached:
- Last payslip.
- The household’s residence certificate.
- Employment contract.
If you have any questions about these holiday fund trips, you are very welcome to contact SIK, telephone 32 21 33 – or directly 34 93 17.
► Click here to download further guidelines for awarding trips every two years