Definition of Paid vacation
1. Noun. A vacation from work by an employee with pay granted.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Paid Vacation
paid vacation (current term)
Literary usage of Paid vacation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Principles of Labor Legislation by John Rogers Commons, John Bertram Andrews (1920)
"In Massachusetts in 1914 an act providing a fortnight's paid vacation for laborers employed by cities and towns was submitted to popular vote and accepted ..."
2. Tainted Harvest: Child Labor and Obstacles to Organizing on Ecuador's Banana by Carol Pier (2002)
"2' Without permanent contracts, "permanent temporary" workers do not enjoy benefits such as weekends off or paid vacation days.262 ..."
3. Report of the Commission on Minimum Wage Boards: January, 1912 by Henry Lefavour (1912)
"To one employer this advantage appeals so strongly that he does not shut down at all, and he also gives a week's paid vacation to his employees, ..."