ACLV

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AcronymDefinition
ACLVAverage Customer Lifetime Value (subscription billing)
ACLVAcross-Chip Linewidth Variation (semi conductor manufacturing)
ACLVAccrued Leave
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The act applies to employees who have worked 30 days or more in the state within a year of their employment, and it allows employees to use their accrued leave beginning the 90th day of their employment.
Meador received back pay and all accrued leave for the four months between the end of his suspension and his reinstatement.
The programme allows employees to voluntarily transfer accrued leave to a 'leave bank' that will then help co-workers avail this facility in emergency situations such as hospitalisation of a family member or an accident.
However, you will be entitled to all accrued leave benefits as of your date of leaving the employer's services.
Richardson contends that a county commissioner, whom she has not named, first suggested that she look into converting the accrued leave into take-home pay and that a second unnamed commissioner was aware of this.
Kingfisher said in its annual report that Agarwal's stated remuneration "excludes accrued leave encashment and gratuity since the same have been recognised for the Company as a whole and cannot be determined at an employee level."
Among the reasons for the increase of expenditure over income was the planned reduction in college and section reserves, a loss of valuation on investments, employee entitlements, eg the cost of outstanding and accrued leave, and planned operational investment in technology and staff.
Chief Handfield will go on leave beginning July 1, using accrued leave time, and his retirement will be effective Dec.
A number, including California, Michigan, New Jersey, and Florida, have held that accrued leave time is marital property that is subject to division at the time of dissolution.
35-40 hours, but even then variable start, finish and lunch times with additional accrued leave is often available.
Some jobs require the traditional full-time week (35-40 hours) but even then variable start, finish and lunch times with additional accrued leave is often available.