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Vacation time will be awarded on January 1 of each year in accordance with the following schedule, based on full-time, continuous service:

1 year to 3 years inclusive – 2 weeks (10 days) 4 years to 6 years inclusive – 2 weeks and 3 days (13 Days) 7 years to 14 years inclusive – 3 weeks (15 days) 15 years and over – 4 weeks (20 days)

For any new hire or an employee that moves from part-time to full-time, vacation time will be awarded on a pro-rated basis as follows:

• Made full time/employed between January 1 and March 31: 75% of first year entitlement • Made full time/employed between April 1 and June 30:

50% of first year entitlement

• Made full time/employed between July 1 and September 30: 25% of first year entitlement • There is no pro-ration for an employee who starts, or is made full-time, after September 30. Up-to-date records of each employeeÊs vacation (used/awarded) is maintained in UltiPro. 1. An employee's awarded vacation time may be taken after an initial 90 days full-time service. However, approval of vacation time will be at management discretion based upon scheduling and departmental requirements. 2. An employee has until the end of the calendar year in which vacation is awarded to use it. Any unused vacation will be lost. 3. HHHunt does not pay for, and will not carry over, unused vacation time except as described in notes 7 and 8 below. 4. It is the employee's responsibility to see that his/her supervisor is given advance notice of his/her vacation schedule. Requests should be submitted to the supervisor as soon as they are known so that schedules may be set up to avoid conflicts. Management will give final approval of the vacation request according to the policy and needs of the community. Once the schedule has been approved, an employee must notify his/her supervisor if there is a change in the request. If a scheduling conflict occurs (e.g. two persons requesting the same vacation period), it is up to managementÊs discretion to approve time off based on reasons such as, but not limited to, the timeliness of the request, the circumstances surrounding the request and the business requirements of the community. Notes:


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