If you get paid to work by the hour and work a lot of overtime, but your amount of vacation time stays the same, can you request that the company also give you additional vacation for overtime hours?

original question: If you get paid to work by the hour and work a lot of overtime, but your amount of vacation time stays the same, can you request that the company also give you additional vacation for overtime hours?

You need to review your employee handbook and if you have a contract your employee contract.

Most companies provide vacation, sick days and or paid time off based on a scale depending on your years of service with the company. If the policy is that you get X hours per year of service, then why do you think you should be special and get more.

If you are having difficulty budgeting, you should live as if you do not get the overtime pay. Put it in a bank account or use it to make extra payments toward your mortgage and other debts, but do not use it for daily living expenses. There may be a day where overtime dries up and is no longer available and you need to assume that it will stop being available tomorrow.

Since you mentioned vacation, put the overtime pay in a vacation fund and take a really nice vacation, or put it in a rainy day fund for repairs to your home, car or other property.


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