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    Nov 14, 2017, 09:23 PM
    Is it possible that I can convert to cash my previous yearly leave
    I'm will be having my yearly leave on the coming march and its my 2nd year that I did not take the leave. My question is, is it possible that the last year that I did not take the leave, can the company pay that annual leave and what is the process that I need to do and who can I talk to regarding this issue?
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    Nov 15, 2017, 05:50 AM
    You need to talk to your human resources dept. Most companies its use it or lose it they year it was earned. A few let you carry over to a certain extent, even fewer allow you to cash out of unused leave. If they allow it there will be a policy on it.

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