Why isn't my unlimited PTO mentioned in my Brazilian employment agreement?

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If the Customer has decided to offer unlimited paid time off (PTO), Remote can support this. We need to stay in compliance with local regulations, so here is how the mechanics will work:

In Brazil, Remote is required to assign a specific number of days of paid time off (PTO) which is what is indicated in the employment agreement. This is because if you decide to leave your place of employment, we have to pay out the balance of your remaining PTO.  In your Remote employment agreement, you will see 30 days of vacation for the year. Please note that these vacation days will not carry over annually.

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