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5. Based on HHHunt's operating schedule (in connection with peak work periods), management reserves the right to designate certain periods throughout the year when vacations may/may not be taken. 6. Vacation time may not be used as an employeeÊs last day or days of work. 7. In extreme circumstances, if requested vacation is denied due to operational requirements of the Company, there is documented evidence of the denial, and there has been no other opportunity to use vacation time, then management may allow the carry over of vacation time. Documented evidence generally consists of the initial written request for vacation and the written denial of that request from management (e-mail, etc.). Any requests for carry over of vacation time must have the approval of 2 levels of management. 8. If an employee is terminated for cause, any unused leave will be forfeited. If an employee with at least one-year full-time service terminates employment for any reason other than discharge for cause, and where appropriate notice (thirty (30) days for management employees and two (2) weeks for all other employees) is given and worked, the employee will be paid for vacation time that has been awarded, but not taken , per the following schedule: • Termination of employment between January 1 and March 31: no payout of current year award • Termination of employment between April 1 and June 30: 25% of current year award • Termination of employment between July 1 and September 30: 50% of current year award • Termination of employment between October 1 and December 31: 75% of current year award Sick leave is an assurance that you will have your regular income when, because of personal illness, you are unable to work. Full-time employees are awarded 10 days sick leave on January 1 each year. In addition, employees may carry over to the next year a maximum 10 days unused sick leave. Therefore, sick leave in any one year can never exceed 20 days. Any sick leave in excess of 10 days that is not used at the end of a calendar year will be lost. For any new hire or an employee that moves from part-time to full-time, sick leave will be granted on a pro-rated basis as follows: SICK LEAVE

• 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


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