If you quit your job do you get your vacation time in pay?

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hi all! i had a pretty rotten day. i did as you all suggested and called HR. i was told that i would be paid for up to 240 hours even if i quit.
i've decided not to quit but rather to aggressively look for another job.
Why are you accruing so much vacation time? Maybe you just need a vacation from that place...take a week or two off and come back with a fresh perspective.
Like others have said, it depends on your company. When I quit my most recent job, I did get my vacation time paid out, but not my accrued sick time or "miscellaneous" pto. I knew that was the policy when I quit though. From what I understand, some companies put all PTO into one "lump" and don't break it out into vacation, sick, etc and just pay it all out when you leave.
Why are you accruing so much vacation time? Maybe you just need a vacation from that place...take a week or two off and come back with a fresh perspective.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves

At the companies I've worked for you can only "roll over" a certain amount from one year to the next, usually around 2 weeks (80 hours). Anything else you would lose. My currently company I don't think allows much roll-over at all. They want people to use their vacation time for precisely the reason that they won't get too burnt out!
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Why are you accruing so much vacation time? Maybe you just need a vacation from that place...take a week or two off and come back with a fresh perspective.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
because they wouldn't hire help or decent help.
i'm overworked and underpaid and i'm not going to take it anymore.
i actually went in and asked for a raise and promotion.
i am waaaay overdue for both.
my big boss refused to speak to me so my supervisor spoke for him and said that i'm an excellent worker but i need to wait until september for the raise and promotion.
i'm looking for another job.

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