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    Question PAY OUT

    "Upon retirement or separation, unused accrued annual leave is paid out."

    In the sentence, what does "paid out" mean?

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    Re: PAY OUT

    Quote Originally Posted by EverLivingPoet View Post
    "Upon retirement or separation, unused accrued annual leave is paid out."

    In the sentence, what does "paid out" mean?
    It means that the company which the person is retiring or separating from gives the person the money that is due to him.

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    Re: PAY OUT

    Leave is like time off. So how do you "pay out" time off?

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