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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Worldwide, the median number of paid vacation days available to workers is just under 25 days per year, in addition to holidays.
McDonald's will raise workers' pay at its company-owned restaurants to $1 an hour above the local minimum wage, and also allow employees to accrue a week of paid vacation after one year on the job.
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.
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.
Saba)- Members of all NDC working groups that have submitted their final reports will be given paid vacation, said NDC Secretary General Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak.
Your employees work long, hard hours, and out of the 21 richest countries on the planet, you're the only one that does not guarantee its workers paid vacation.
Mauroy served a Prime Minister of his country from 1981 to 1984 under President Francois Mitterrand, and oversaw reforms to trim the work week to 39 hours from 40, lower the retirement age to 60, give workers a fifth week of paid vacation and raise welfare benefits.
Employers are under no legal obligation to provide employees with paid vacation time.
Common types of benefits include retirement or pension plans, medical plans, life insurance coverage, paid sick leave, and paid vacation.
Seeing how he--and others like him--were workaholics, even on vacation, the CEO of Denver-based Internet start-up FullContact began to offer his employees $7,500 to take a "paid, paid vacation.