How-To: Ask For More Vacation Days

Check Your Contract-
Check your company policy, because you might have a vacation policy that accrues along with the length of time that you've been at the firm. For example, perhaps you receive 10 PTO... more 
Check Your Contract-
Check your company policy, because you might have a vacation policy that accrues along with the length of time that you've been at the firm. For example, perhaps you receive 10 PTO days as a newbie, which will grow to 15 after three years, and then 20 at the five-year mark. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 3:25 PM EDT
Not everyone has the luxury of enjoying a flexible vacation policy at work, so you might not have as many PTO days as you want. A reader wanted feedback on how to negotiate for more vacation days, because just like asking for a raise, it can be a sensitive topic to touch on. Find out how to approach this situation with tact.




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