Bahrain topped countries that grant annual paid leave, at 49 days per year, according to an analysis report by The CV-concerned website stated that they reached this result after calculating employees annual paid leave of 30 days plus 19 days paid leaves for public holidays.

The analysis report stated that Bahrain, which has a population of around 1.5 million, comes on top of countries that grant annual paid leave in the world, with employees earning up to 49 days.  It continued that combination of 30 days (paid annual leave) and a total of 19 Days (paid public holiday).

Bahrain is at on top of paid public holidays that anyone can get," the analysis report added.

The survey, which was conducted by the by, included 196 countries, using data from the Center for Global Policy Analysis, the International Labor Organization and globalization partners. The report noted that 30 other countries also require companies to legally grant employees 30 days (paid leave per year). These countries are Kuwait, the UAE, Bahrain, Oman and European countries such as France, Spain, Austria and Finland, also known as the happiest countries in the world, as well as a number of islands, such as Madagascar and the Maldives.

The analysis report stated that eight countries do not set a limit on the number of sick leaves a staff can take. These countries are Andorra, China, Iran, Monaco, Mongolia, Russia, Slovenia and Tunisia.