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  • Vacation Time Taken Away! -Pennsylvania

    Hi,

    I will post my situtuation in bulleted form to hopefully make it as clear as possible. Any advice would be much appreciated!

    • I work at HOSPITAL "A" for 4 years
    • I was made an offer at HOSPITAL "B" and was told (and given in writing) that my start date at HOSPITAL "A" would be used as my start date at HOSPITAL "B"
    • This start date is important as it allows me to accrue vacation time.
    • Some of the employees at HOSPITAL "B" complained that I (as well as others that came along with me) were given too much
    • My start date was changed from 4 years ago -- to the day I started at HOSPITAL "B"
    • Essentially, as a result, it will now take me 4 years (instead of 1) to get to my 4th week of vacation
    • OTHER people that were hired from HOSPITAL "A" along with me (those that already had accrued enough time for 4 or weeks of vacation) had their vacation removed as well --however THEY were given sign on bonuses
    • Again, all of this was presented AND given in writing...and was a big factor in my decision to go to HOSPITAL "B"...and now it was taken away.


    Again, any thoughts or advice is appreciated!

    Thanks,

    JEN

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