My new contract states that "Effective... you will begin accruing vacation time at a rate of 6% of your annual earnings. This is equivalent to three weeks (120 hours) of paid vacation entitlement on an annual basis."
Being an hourly employee who is not paid overtime, all work time is subject to the 6% accruing rate, and as a result not representative/equivalent to 3 weeks, as my work days can greatly vary (20-84 hours a week). On average, I end up at the end of the year working more than the average 40 hour work week. By giving me 3 weeks, I do not accrue vacation pay at a rate of 6%.
By signing the contract did I agree to wave that it will be accrued at 6% and instead representative of the 3 weeks?