Baltimore, MD asked in Employment Law for Maryland

Q: Does your company have to pay out accrued vac time if the maturity date in with in the last 2 weeks of your empowerment?

The company has a policy that they will pay out any unused accrued time if you give the proper notice. If u give 2 weeks and the anniversary date to release the time is in that window, is the company required to pay you out that time u have been accruing since last year even though these are the final days?

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Joseph D. Allen
Joseph D. Allen
Answered
  • Hunt Valley, MD
  • Licensed in Maryland

A: It depends on exactly how the policy is worded. Or if it is silent about this situation, it becomes a matter of interpretation. You can either inquire with them (assuming you've already given notice, of course)- or wait and see what happens. If they deny it, then depending on how much you are owed, consider seeking out an employment/labor attorney to discuss your case.

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