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Time off - May 25th 2015, 05:04 PM

How can I ask a new employer that I need 3 or 4 days off in July when I will be hired in June? It's sorta like a tradition in my house, either the first or second week in July(first week this year) we visit family outta state for a few days. This year, I believe we are planning to leave Thursday(July 2nd) and be back home Sunday late afternoon.

I thinking of working up till the 2nd and ask (somehow) to have the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th off and work aroud 5pm on the 5th.

I guess I could stay home, because It took me YEARS to get this job and I really don't want to loose it no matter how much I am looking forward to my mini vaction in July.

Is there a way to have both, a job and my mini vaction? I don't take vactions or ask for time off like ever besides those 3 to 4 days in July. I mean, I know my new employer wont know that.


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Re: Time off - May 25th 2015, 06:41 PM

When I first got hired at my most recent job, I told my supervisor that I needed a week off for a vacation that I planned over a year ago. I told her the day I got hired because I didn't want it to interfere with me working. I got approved for the vacation because I told her when I got hired, rather than a few weeks in.

Is your job part-time? Part-time employers are more likely to give you time off and have someone else fill in for you because they're usually more flexible about it.


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Re: Time off - May 26th 2015, 12:12 AM

Yeah, it's better to mention it as early as possible so they can make arrangements to plan around it if necessary.


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