how much vacation time do you get of for a year working in food service?
So i started a new job and we have book a vacation for 3 weeks. I will be working at this job for close to a year and a half by the time we go on it, and i don't want to ask my boss seeming rude but how long of time off do you get for working a year in a fast food service job?
Asked By: Drake Russel - 2/16/2011
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Answered By: Simpson G - 2/16/2011
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Most jobs you will receive 1 week of paid vacation after being there a year.
Answered By: TankGrater - 2/16/2011
Depends on your employer, everyone is different. There isn't an industry standard (at least here in NY) that says they have to give you any time off at all, it's all about your employer's rules and benefits package.
Answered By: Casey - 2/16/2011
Working at a fast food restaurant, you might be able to take the time off for your vacation, but mostly likely you will not receive any vacation pay for it. Most jobs of that type come with very few benefits.
Answered By: mindcrime828 - 2/16/2011
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