Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Scratchy, Jun 11, 2015.
Is a UPSer paid for any unused vacation days if he/she decides to quit?
Did you have unused vacation days when you quit?
You should be....but don't hold your breath. You'll probably have to fight for it.
Thanks guys. Just a thought. Still have dozens of unused days and didn't know who to ask.
I wouldn't quit without using every last paid day possible.
Here, unused 'vacation' is paid out upon separation because it has been 'earned'. Unused 'option' days are not paid out. This is probably covered somewhere in your contract/supplement.
Use them as if you don't work for the full year they will be prorated as to whenever you quite. For example, if you have a week of days and quite two months into the years you will only get credit for one day.
Not sure I understand.
You will be paid for all earned paid-time-off upon separation and being cleared from the system.
If you were going to earn another week of vacation before an anniversary date - say, your second week at two years and quit before your seniority date, then you may or may not be entitled to that week of pay. Otherwise, all unused PTO is paid out.
Thank you Steward.
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