Calif. workers get huge payouts from unused vacation, analysis finds

10/15/2012 | San Jose Mercury News (Calif.)

California public employees are storing up vacation days and cashing them in when they retire, in some cases getting more than $500,000 extra in their final paychecks, according to an analysis of government salary data. The state paid nearly $1 billion between 2009 and 2011 to reimburse employees retiring with unused vacation days, the analysis found.

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