Can you lose your personal time off if your company is bought out? Posted on July 21, 2011

The chiropractic clinic I work at now may be bought out soon by the current associate doctor. I was allowed to save up (personal time off) during the many years I've worked for the current owner. He is now discussing with his associate about selling the practice to him. The negotiations have been difficult and the owner doesn't know that I am aware of any of their discussions. So, I don't want to ask him yet about my left over (PTO) time. I've talked to the associate doctor about it. He says that he doesn't want to buy the owner's debt and he seems to think that the current owner doesn't have to pay me for it legally. Any answers/help would be very much appreciated.

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