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When employees give notice and then go on vacation

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Question: "Does anyone have a formal policy preventing employees from using vacation/paid time off leave in the time between announcing their resignation and the actual quitting day? It can be really hard to do the necessary "knowledge dump"  if the person spends much of his or her final two weeks on vacation. What policies do you set?" — C.P. Cotter, Colorado


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At our University, once an employee gives notice that they are resigning, they must work a minimum of 10 out of their final 20 working days in order to be paid for any un-used vacation time.

Employees who resign or are terminated by the Company will not be able to use their vacation once they give their notice. Employees who resign or are terminated by the Company, will receive pro-rated vacation for the curren...(register to read more)

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