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In the United States North America does Employers not allow employees to take Vacation for full 2 we

Author : Ricki

Submitted : 2017-06-13 02:08:04    Popularity:     

Tags: America  Employers  North  United  States  

Not necessarily, last year I took about a month off. Typically I try to avoid taking more than 2 weeks off at a time. Depends on the employer. Lots o

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Not necessarily, last year I took about a month off. Typically I try to avoid taking more than 2 weeks off at a time.

Depends on the employer. Lots of employers will base their decisions on workload or whether or not it's a busy or slow time of the year. For example, if you work in retail you may find your employer very reluctant to give you even a week off in November/December, but wouldn't have any problem whatsoever giving you two weeks off in January/February.

In the U.S, it is up to each employer/company to set the policy. MANY companies will not approve more than one week of vacation at a time simply because they need work done. If they don't need someone for two weeks in a row, they probably don't ned them at all. Employers also have the right to approve or deny any vacation request. Just because an employee has earned vacation time, it does not mean they can take it whenever they want to.

That's up to the individual employer. Some do, some don't. Some require a two-week vacation (banking industry, easier to detect fraudulent activity if an employee is gone at least two weeks at a time) and others prohibit it (too much work among too few employees to cover that much time off at once). I've always been in the latter (one week only) group.

It is up to each employer to decide their vacation policy.

There are no laws governing vacations in the United States. Employees do not have to offer vacation time nor are they required to agree to specific times off. If you ask for a two week vacation during busy season, you can expect to get your vacation time request rejected - especially if someone has requested the same time off first. Employers that offer vacation, however, do try to accommodate the employee's request when they can.

They would rather you take one week at a time.

It depends on the employer. I get 5 weeks a year and can take it all at one time as long as I plan it in advance. My husband can only take 1 week at a time.



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