Holiday Vacation 2005 Memo

Holiday Vacation 2005 Memo - Famous Labels\Designer Max...

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January 3, 2005 To: ALL STORES FROM:  Home Office. RE: Policy Changes effective January 1, 2005 Beginning January 1, 2005 we have implemented some changes and clarified some policy that  each and every employee must be aware of.   They are as follows. VACATIONS 1. Black OUT periods:  From November 1 st  2005 to January 2 nd  2006 NO Vacation will be  approved.  These are Peak/Seasonal Times for all stores. 2. ALL  employees  who are eligible for Vacation days  MUST have pre-approval  21 days  ahead of time in order for day(s) to be paid as Vacation.   3. Employees  who are not eligible for Paid Vacation  must still get  pre-approval  for  Unpaid Vacation in order for management  to accommodate schedule changes.        4. Unpaid Vacation is limited to 5 days per year for  employees who are NOT eligible for   paid vacation time.   Any time exceeding 5 days will NOT be pre-approved and can lead to   termination or jeopardize job security. 5. All Vacation whether paid or Unpaid is subject to approval by Store Managers,  Operation  Manager and Home Office in order to avoid “shortages” during PEAK TIMES. 6.
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course BUS 210 210 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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