12 Employee Types of Paid and Unpaid Time Off
FEBRUARY 24, 2016
If you work in human resources or are a manager of a department or team, you likely encounter a regular number of questions on at least one of six things: 1) compensation 2) work schedule and hours 3) employee benefits 4) vacation/time off 5) advancement opportunities and 6) work culture or environment. Military Leave (Paid). Unless you live in California, New Jersey or Rhode Island, or your company offers paid parental leave, you will be taking unpaid time off as a new parent.