Fisher Phillips Attorney Addresses Paid Time Off with Washington Post
Are employers giving employees who quit or are laid off accrued vacation time? Fisher Phillips attorney, Melissa Osipoff, told the Washington Post that it depends on the generosity of the employer. You also have to factor in the employer’s particular legal obligations. “I don’t see one clear trend,” she said. “I see just as many employers who don’t pay it out unless required by state law as I do employers who will.” To read the complete article, which also addresses how unlimited vacation policies affect an employer’s compliance requirements, visit the Washington Post.