Yes, employee believes she should have gotten paid for a total of 96 hours, however employee took a total of 56 hours of Paid Vacations which we approved, when she was only entitled to 46.77 hours based on the beginning of the year to her last date of employment.
Vacation policies signed by employee state the following.
At 1 year of employment = 1 week (5 days)
At 3 years of employment =2 weeks (10 days)
At five years of employment = Start adding one additional day per year until the maximum number of days are reached which are 3 weeks (15 days), and will not exceed to more than 15 days for years to follow.
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