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Personal Day

A day on which one does not work for some reason other than holiday or illness. A company may grant an employee a certain number of personal days, especially if he/she is not yet eligible for other employee benefits. Personal days may or may not be paid.
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For instance, managers lacked a centralized system to track time off for vacation and personal days, introducing the risk that too many key personnel would be out as an important deadline approached.
It also gives teachers the ability to roll unused personal days into sick days.
The settlement is the result of a vacation policy that Lexmark implemented in the '90s requiring employees to forfeit all vacation and personal days if they were not used by the end of each year.
State law requires that employers make available to their employees in writing or through posted notices their policies and practices relating to fringe benefits, such as paid vacations, holidays, sick leave, bonuses, severance pay, personal days, payment of employee expenses and pensions.
Employees can job share, phase into retirement and purchase up to ten personal days a year.
Employees can share jobs, phase into retirement, and purchase up to ten personal days a year.
Vacation days must be scheduled in advance, sick days sometimes require a doctor's note and personal days act as emergency time for family and personal matters.
Perhaps the American idea of a number of personal days is less discriminatory?
These incentive programs can take many forms including cash prizes, extra personal days or even goods, such as big-screen TVs, tickets or other products.
Both exempt and non-exempt employees are granted an average of 3 personal days and 7 sick days per year.
Each system was asked for information on cost-of-living increases, merit pay, holidays, vacation days, sick days, personal days and disability benefits.
With the United Steelworkers to back them, they negotiated good wages, vacations, numerous paid holidays, medical-dental-optical insurance, personal days off, and eventually, even their birthdays off with pay.
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