Vacation time payout when usage hasn't been tracked

Hi, I am an executive at a CA (private) company. I am being terminated with a severance package. I have 100 hours of vacation time accrued in the vacation tracking system and it is my understanding that those 100 hours should be paid out in addition to the severance. However, it was common practice among executives to not enter our vacation time into the vacation tracking system and I did not. We had an unofficial "take as much as you want" vacation policy for executives even tho there was a specific amount in our offer letters and tracked/accrued in the HR system. I have taken some vacation time but offsetting that I have traveled on many weekends, worked on vacation days and most every weekend. Thus, I do not really know how much vacation I used nor does the company. What should I reasonably expect from the company with regard to paying out the value of my accrued vacation time?

0 answers  |  asked Feb 2, 2016 12:04 PM [EST]  |  applies to California

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