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Paid Time off
- To be eligible for paid time off (PTO), an employee must work full-time, which is defined as more than 30 hours per week, per 40-hour workweek.
- Employees earn paid time off at their greatest eligible accrual rate.
- PTO accruals are prorated according to the employee’s full-time equivalency (FTE)**.
- PTO cannot be used until it is earned.
- Paid time off hours are not available until the final day of the pay cycle.
- PTO accruals begin on the first of the month, following the month of hire.
- PTO accruals are capped on the final payroll of the calendar year.
- Full-time employees (40 hours per week) may carry over a maximum of 56 PTO hours into the next calendar year.
- Carry-over rates are prorated according to the employee’s full-time equivalency of a standard 40-hour workweek.
- PTO accrued and unused, in excess of an employee’s carry-over rate, is forfeited at the end of the year.
- Part-time positions are not eligible for paid time off.
- Temporary positions are not eligible for paid time off.
- Employees on a leave of absence without pay on the final day of the pay period cannot accrue paid time off.
(work more than 30 hours per week)
|Hours Accrued Per Bi-weekly Pay Cycle**||Hours Accrued Per Year**||Maximum Days Accrued Per Year**||Weeks Accrued Per Year**|
|Less than 3 years||4.616||120||15||3|
|3 Years to less than 8 Years||6.00||156||19.5||3.9|
|8 years to less than 15 years||7.385||192||24||4.8|
|Employees in positions designated as “officials and managers” per EEOC category||7.385||192||24||4.8|