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Data Centre Cloud IT pro screwed out of unused vacation pay, bonus by HPE after judge rules

A "highly skilled IT professional" has lost his fight to be paid his unused vacation days as well as a non-trivial bonus, after a judge stuck to a law he admitted was outdated.

Matthew White joined Hewlett-Packard in 2013 and left in July 2015, just months before the company split into HP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). After quitting, he was stunned when the US mega-corp, citing HPE's new policies, refused to hand over extra pay he felt was contractually due.

Hewlett-Packard had enticed White with a sweet contract that offered a signing bonus, base salary, regular bonuses, and a benefits program. But after he quit, he was left without his unused vacation pay and a $10,000 bonus he felt he was entitled to.

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My above posting was in response to the first reply to this thread from someone else. That reply seems to have been deleted somehow may be by the poster himself/herself. So the above response from me looks like a reply to the OP. Please know that it is not.

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I guess that is what awaits you when you become a loser and decide to quit.

Keep your words soft. You may have to eat them.

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