paid vacation

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Noun1.paid vacation - a vacation from work by an employee with pay granted
holiday, vacation - leisure time away from work devoted to rest or pleasure; "we get two weeks of vacation every summer"; "we took a short holiday in Puerto Rico"
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Eugene city councilors have rewarded City Manager Jon Ruiz with two extra weeks of paid vacation this year after another strong performance evaluation.
After a year on the job, a worker in Germany would expect to have a minimum of 20 days paid vacation, though most of the time, it would be 25 days or more.
Also, a worker must have an annual paid vacation not less than 30 days for the first year after serving six months, at least, except for weekends, official holidays and sick leave.
The holidays will be merrily shimmering for 800 employees of a cabinet firm in Iowa, USA, as their boss will treat them to an all-expense paid vacation in the Caribbean.
Yet the heads of these organizations claim they do not have the authority to fire these people, so they only suspend them for a short period of time with pay--essentially a paid vacation.
Well, 1 only have a week paid vacation time each year and I'd like to hold off until the weather gets cooler," he said.
Passed by the House Oversight and Government Reform committee, the bill would start veterans out with 104 paid vacation hours to make up for the accelerated rate of sick leave they use to receive treatment for service-incurred disabilities, when compared with non-veteran federal employees.
The contract includes a ratification bonus, four pay increases, and increased paid vacation.
employees who are entitled to paid vacation time have not used any of it in the last year, according to a March survey of 952 employees for the career site Glassdoor.
On top of these days, those who have separate tallies for vacation and sick leave receive an average of 11 days of paid vacation and 8 days of sick leave.
Workers are entitled to [c]Asick leave and a one-month paid vacation.
Although a day of paid vacation is highly valuable, donors cannot sell this day to another individual; furthermore, the donors receive this day of paid vacation even if they are not able to successfully donate blood.