Highlights

  • Unlimited leaves for USA salaried employees
  • Not applicable to USA hourly workers
  • Compensation for unused vacation balance

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Microsoft employees in the USA now get unlimited leaves

Microsoft's salaried employees in the USA are in for quite a treat.

Microsoft has announced that all salaried US employees will be offered unlimited time off, starting January 16, 2023. Also, employees who have an unused vacation balance will get a one-time payout in April.

Employees outside the United States and hourly workers at Microsoft will not be granted unlimited time off.

According to Microsoft, federal and state wage and hour rules make it difficult to grant unlimited time off to hourly workers, while those outside the United States will retain their present vacation benefits due to varying laws and regulations in other countries.

This follows other tech companies offering similar policies, as well as Microsoft's other initiatives such as allowing more employees to work from home permanently and the company's $1,500 pandemic bonus.

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