March 21, 2012

Report: NJ Transit paid out $4.112M in unused sick, vacation time

NEWARK, N.J. — With a decision being made to curtail payouts to non-union workers after 2010's $3.67 million total, New Jersey Transit (NJ Transit) paid $4.112 million last year in payouts to workers for unused sick and vacation time, according to a Daily Record report.

Officials in Gov. Chris Christie's administration said they're looking to end such payouts for public employees, preferring a "use it or lose it" policy for vacation time and using sick time for illness only. For the full story, click here.

 

 

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