Thank you.There are no sections/language to talk about unpaid time off
This is governed by law of DE, so DE legal doctrines apply. Depending on DE Code Tit. 19 Sec. 1108 et seq as well as case law:
The company has to create an ACCRUAL method for the pay, be it on a monthly or pay period
basis, or upon completion of a 6-month or 12-month period, etc. Depending on the method, once the unpaid vacation time is accued, it is due as payment. The company must also be clear if there are any pro rated days/wages
for this.damages if 60 days notice isn't given
By default, this would mean (1) loss of income for the company while trying to get a new hire and (2) the difference between what they would have paid you to the end of the contract and what they had to pay the new hire to take over, if more.or any consequences for not giving 60 days.
See above.I have accepted a new job and can't give the 60 day notice and I want to know if they can sue me?
They can - see above. However often companies do not really pursue such claims.
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