How to quit before vacation
Determine how many days of unwelcome vacation you have in stock. By law, an employee is given 28 calendar days per year or 2.33 days for each month worked. In this case, the employer must provide the first rest to the employee 6 months after employment. Calculate how much time you work and how many vacation days you are allowed for this period. Subtract the used holiday and you will know how many days you have left. If there are less than 14, then you need to notify the employer about the termination of cooperation before you go to rest. Otherwise, you will have to work the remaining days if your leaders require it.
The Labor Code obliges an employee to inform the employer of his or her resignation at least 2 weeks in advance, however, by agreement of the parties, the employee may resign earlier. For example, if an employee has 8 days of vacation and the employee notifies his or her management about the care on the day before the vacation, the administration has the right to request the employee to work another 6 days after the vacation. But if the employer does not insist on this, the employee may be dismissed on the last day of the leave. It is convenient to submit 2 applications at once: for leave and for dismissal.
The employer has the right not to send you to rest if it is not provided for by the vacation schedule drawn up for the current calendar year. In this case, you will have to work 2 weeks if the authorities require it. When you quit, you will receive cash compensation for unused vacation days. If you go off all the allotted time, you will not be charged a refund. You also have the right to use part of the remaining vacation, and for the rest of the days to receive monetary compensation for your dismissal.
Last working day will be considered the last day of your holiday. This date will be in your workbook. However, you can pick up the document on the day before the start of the holiday. At the same time, you are required to issue a certificate on the accrual of insurance premiums for the last 2 calendar years. You will need it at the new place of work for accruing hospital and benefits.
Starting from the second year of work, vacation for the current calendar year can be granted in advance for the entire year. Therefore, there may be a situation when you not only have no unused days of rest left, but you actually owe them to your employer. Then overpaid vacation pay will be deducted from your last paycheck.