Sara Jones
Community Specialist
Community Specialist
4 months ago
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When was the last time you took a vacation? Do you have any exciting plans this Spring or Summer? Don’t forget to check these tips on managing your paid time off. You should pay attention to any unused PTO that you’ve accumulated in the past two years:

What happens to unused PTO?

The rules and accrual rates for unused PTO vary between companies and states. In some workplaces, your PTO may roll over and continue to increase. If you quit your job, you may be entitled to a payout that matches your unused PTO.

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Cris Gamble

I haven't taken any time off for three years. I really need a break.

I haven't taken any time off for three years. I really need a break.

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Verena Clayton

There's been some merger happening at my work and we had to fight for keeping our unused PTO. These things really matter.

There's been some merger happening at my work and we had to fight for keeping our unused PTO. These things really matter.

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Andrew St.John

Yes I'm been compiling a ton of PTO for a big overseas trip that I've been planning with my family

Yes I'm been compiling a ton of PTO for a big overseas trip that I've been planning with my family

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