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- From: rlewis(--nospam--at)techteam.org (Richard Lewis)
- Date: 19 Nov 1997 20:09:11 GMT
I received 19 responses to my request for information to other professional engineers company policies regarding vacation time. These came from large and small firms. Thanks to all who responded. Here is a list of the survey responses. Some of you responses were averaged into the categories below to reduce the number of categories. Category 1 - 1 response (Me) 0-10 years - 2 weeks 10-20 years - 2 weeks + 1 day for each year above 10 4 weeks max. Category 2 - 2 responses - basically one or two person firms 2 weeks or whenever the work is slowed down. Category 3 - 5 responses 0-10 years - 2 weeks 10-15 years - 3 weeks 15+ years - 4 weeks Category 4 - 2 responses 0-6 years - 2 weeks 7-10 years & 7-15 years - 3 weeks 10+ years & 16+ years - 4 weeks Category 5 - 6 responses 0-5 years - 2 weeks 5-10 years - 3 weeks 10+ years - 4 weeks Category 6 - 2 responses 0-3 years - 3 weeks 4-15 years - 4 weeks 15+ years - 5 weeks As you can see, the majority of vacation policies give 3 weeks after 5 years and so on. Most of the respondents say that their employers do allow them to carry over vacation time, though some restrict the maximum allowed. Well, my job now is to convince my employer to bring me up to the standards of the profession. Wish me luck! __________________________________________________ Richard Lewis, P.E. Missionary TECH Team rlewis(--nospam--at)techteam.org The service mission like-minded Christian organizations may turn to for technical assistance and know-how.
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