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Vacation Policy

We are changing vacation policy to extend the amount of time an employee needs to work before getting additional days. This means that some employees who have arrived at an anniversary date to acquire more days will have to wait to do so. Any advise on how to handle?

It can be handled in two ways, one way is to grandfather those employees and allow them the time under the old policy. The only drawback to this is administration and record keeping. If you decide to grandfather those employees, document it their file, for future discussion on accrued time.

The second way is to simply state that the new policy is in effect on a specific date. It is unfortunate that the change occurred when they are nearing additional time off. You need to tell the employees to plan accordingly.

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