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Not Quite Fun in the Sun: What Happens to Accrued Vacation Leave When the Employment Relationship Ends

Part Two: State-Specific Provisions and Employer Policies for Vacation Payout at the Conclusion of Employment In states that allow “use-it-or-lose-it” vacation leave policies when employment ends, the details of your policy are key. This second installment of the two-part series on vacation leave payout explores the state-specific provisions for leave forfeiture, and the importance of an … Continue Reading

Not Quite Fun in the Sun: What Happens to Accrued Vacation Leave When the Employment Relationship Ends

Part One: Mandatory Leave Payout and Its Relationship to Traditional “Use-It-Or-Lose-It” Policies Bob decides the grass is in fact greener at another company, and resigns. Carla is fired for insubordination. Dan wins the lottery and quits without notice. Each now is demanding payment for accrued but unused paid vacation leave. While they worked for you in three different … Continue Reading
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