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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • At Boeing all of these calculations are based upon your "Anniversary Date", which is essentially [1] the day you hired in. So my vacation/sick days expire on the day I hired into the company, while yours expire on your hire date, 6 months later. There is still a bit of bunching, with the ends of school terms likely being the biggest concentrations, but it seems to work.

    [1] "Essentially" because if you had a coop, or a sabatical, or maternity leave, or left the company and came back, it's adjusted to an equivilant date to give you your total time in service in a continuous block.