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    My employer is making me take vacation time during a company shutdown before they will let me file unemployment. I want to take trip later in the year . . . can they do that?

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    Originally posted by cdc View Post
    My employer is making me take vacation time during a company shutdown before they will let me file unemployment. I want to take trip later in the year . . . can they do that?
    *PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE*

    This link may assist you in finding your answer: http://www.sces.org/ui/employer/Claims/vacation.htm

    Mr. Pink

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      That was good information but I guess my question is I want to save my vacation for later in the year and file unemployment now to get my waiting week out of the way in case we have another shutdown closer to the holidays. I was told SC unemployment requires you use all avaliable pay before filing for unemployment.

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        The answer is yes, they may require you to take vacation during a company shut down.
        The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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