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  • Betty3
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    I will start a new thread for jbortho.

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  • DAW
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    Technically CA does not support "use it or lose it" policies with vacation/PTO. CA-DLSE might agree with the employer that they are just correcting an error. That argument sometimes work (and sometimes CA-DLSE thinks the employer is playing games). Not accruing any additional vacation/PTO because of the overaccrual is generally legal in CA as long as whoever wrote the policy made no dumb mistakes.
    http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Vacation.htm

    Perhaps a moderator can move this to it's own thread. Thank you.

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  • drruthless
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    Der Doktor ist mürrisch heute!

    Originally posted by jbortho View Post
    My company let me accrue more PTO than handbook allows. I did accrue it legally by not taking vacations, and they did not prevent me. Can they take it away from me.
    If they have a use it or lose it policy in place, yes, you can lose it.

    BTW. next time start your own thread insted of hijacking another unrelated thread! The only reason you got an answer was I happened to noticed it was posted today.

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  • jbortho
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    California PTO rules

    My company let me accrue more PTO than handbook allows. I did accrue it legally by not taking vacations, and they did not prevent me. Can they take it away from me.
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