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VACATION SCHEDULE SAMPLE

Full and Part time employees (who work more than 20 hours average a week) are entitled to earn Vacation days. Part time employee leave is based on hours or days worked during the previous anniversary year. Full time employee leave is based on completed service years. Certain employees may have different vacation schedules. For the most part, the schedule below should apply.












EMPLOYMENT STATUSENTITLED DAYSENTITLED HOURSMAXIMUM ACCUMULATED
PART TIME1 x the Average days worked per week in previous yearVaries
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25 Days or 200 Hours Each Anniversary Year
 
FULL TIME8 hours = 1 daySame as above
Immediately upon hireUp to 10 days (2 wks)Up to 80 hoursSame as above
3 Completed YearsUp to 15 Days (3 wks)Up to 120 hoursSame as above
5 Completed YearsUp to 20 Days (4 wks)Up to 160 hoursSame as above
10 Completed YearsUp to 25 Days (5 wks)Up to 200 hoursSame as above





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