Paid Time Off Policy – Effective June 1, 2020
Paid Time Off
The Paid Time Off (PTO) benefit is offered to all full-time employees. The PTO accrual will incorporate vacation, holiday and sick pay.
Employees must request the use of their PTO through their department procedures for calling out or requesting time off. The PTO request will be reviewed by the team member’s supervisor or manager and approved or denied. Team members may use PTO in minimal increments of 4 hours. PTO will run from employee anniversary date to anniversary date (date of full-time employment). Employees may NOT carryover unused PTO unless approved by both the employee’s Supervisor and General Manager. PTO hours will not be counted as time worked for calculating overtime. PTO will not accrue during an unpaid leave of absence (which includes FMLA, personal leave, short/long term disability). PTO cannot be used for days that you are regularly scheduled off and unused PTO time my may be paid out in the employees final check unless terminated for cause.
PTO is accrued as follows:
After 6 months of service
After 1 year of service
After 2 years of service
After 5 years of service
After 10 + years of service
Holidays – Part Time Employees Only
New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas will be observed as paid holidays. Part- time employees will be paid at “time and a half” for ho urs actually worked.Page 1
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