Which of the following is false regarding vacation rights in other countries?
Denmark mandates no fewer than five weeks of paid vacation a year.
Swedish law gives employees 5 weeks of vacation time and gives them 10 weeks after five years of employment.
Spain mandates no fewer than 30 days of vacation in addition to the country's 14 paid public ones.
Similar to the U.S., employees in Ireland do not have mandated vacation rights.
In Luxembourg, regardless of age, employees are given 25 days of holiday, 12 of which they must take in succession, as well as 10 paid public holidays.