Employee Annual Leave Question
Regarding my Employee contract "Annual Leave", it mentions:The Staff’s annual leave entitlement is twenty (20) working days per annum.In the event of termination of the Staff’s employment, he shall be entitled to pay in lieu of any unused annual leave entitlement, unless the Staff’s employment is terminated by the Company for gross misconduct, or be required to repay to the Company pay received for leave taken in excess of entitlement. Any sums so due may be deducted from the Staff’s salary or nay monies owing to the Staff.Does it mean if I end up having 60days holiday, my company will pay me back by money when I leave?
- PKW ( PJR )Lv 79 年前最愛解答
he shall be entitled to pay in lieu of any unused annual leave entitlement,
This is clearly stated out in the employment letter. However, you have to check with office rules or other documents the maximum leave entitlement that could be carried forward. Some company has a house rule or mutual agreement that the leave entitlements could only be carried forward say, for 30 days. That is why some company requires or insist staff member to take the annual leave. In your case, it is over 3 year's entitlement, you better check with other sources for any such requirement by the company duly noted and agreed by an employee.