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(Quartz)   Unlimited vacation time is better in theory than in practice...says NO ONE   ( divider line
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2629 clicks; posted to Business » on 27 Aug 2013 at 3:07 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-08-27 02:58:58 PM  
5 votes:
tfa addresses the issue of people not feeling comfortable taking time off when there is no set vacation policy, but ignores the more insidious problem: no vacation policy means no vacation accrual means no extra paycheck when an employee decides to leave the company.
2013-08-27 09:14:27 PM  
1 vote:
Things this HR guy doesn't understand:

If an employee has an important event coming up that they want to take a vacation day for, and has made it well known to everyone under the sun that he/she intents to attend come hell or high water, why would you ever deny that person vacation time? And why be so shocked and appalled when they inevitably call in sick?

This shiat ain't that complicated.
2013-08-27 03:12:26 PM  
1 vote:
This really means no vacation EBIT accounting (carrying millions in an escrow account). It also really means employees have no right to vacation whatsoever.

//The Unions were right about this
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