No. Idaho law does not require vacation or sick pay, nor does it require holiday or severance pay. These items are matters for agreement between the employer and the employee. If there is any change in a policy that is in effect, the employee must be notified prior to the change, and benefits already earned or accrued cannot be taken away.
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