I will be leaving my current job soon after 3 years and will be giving 30 days notice. I am under contract but contract does not state how much notice I need to give. My contract also states I have 10 days of vacation, of which I have used 2. Am I entitled to be paid for the 8 days of vacation when I quit? I know Nevada law does not require but since my contracts states in writing I have 10 days, I figured that supersedes. And how would I go about enforcing this, if allowed, as current administration is very underhanded. Please advise. Thank you.
Take your vacation days up front, then quit. Much cheaper than filing a lawsuit later.
That's my opinion. Its a more practical solution.
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