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  1. Hi fellow PAs, I need some advice. I am planning to leave my job. I have to give 8 weeks notice. I have about 11 days of PTO which I will not be getting a pay out for (private practice in NY and stated in my contract, no way around it) My question is do I request my days off and once I get them approved, hit them with my resignation? or Just work my 8 weeks and lose my time off :-( in effort to leave on a good note and not burn a bridge? Anyone with experience with this?
  2. I really need some advice from my fellow colleagues. I will explain my situation, and the predicament I am facing. I have been a PA for 13 years. I started a new job and brand new specialty 6 months ago. When it sounded too good to be true, it was. I also work in another specialty prn. This was agreed upon when I signed my contract. I am paid an annualized salary for a certain number of hours per week. No benefits, other than a small amount of CME and some paid sick/vaca. It is a solo physician practice, however, I learned that my SP is not "in charge" of his own practice. It is the office man
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