If you leave on good terms does ADP payout PAL or do you lose anything accrued?
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The last poster was correct. I actually got screwed out of 3 or 4 days of earned vacation time. Several years previous, my Mgr had miscoded my Personal time as Vacation time. HR would claim I was over on Vac, for the year, and my current Mgr would "correct". Well, it was never really corrected and though I never took extra, they took the money out of my final pay check.
So, make sure you use all your Personal first. ADP will pay for unused Vacation time that you have accrued. However, if they axe you mid year, you could owe them.
Oh well, where else could you have so much fun, and get paid for it? ; )
They pay vacation time but not Floating days (they do in specific states per the law).
Always use your floaters first.
Surprised ADP hasn’t shifted to the unlimited vac policy most companies are now doing so they never have to pay any accrued time when an EE exits. Sounds great, but it penalizes long time EEs because no way you’ll be able to take 4 or 5 weeks. Companies are saving millions on their books too.
Yes, I just left and was paid all my vacation.
Whether you leave on good or bad terms, you are always paid for any unused vacation.
Paid accrued leave ie vacation time.
What is "PAL" ?