Sick time and pto
The company I work for is saying I’m full time but I have to accure my sick time for every 30hrs worked but isn’t keeping all the accrued sick time off up to date on my checks stubs and also are saying that after a year my sick time turns into 5 days of PTO with no more sick time once I hit the 1 year mark
Thanks for posting your question.
Sick and PTO time aren’t required in all states — so the answer depends on what state you’re in. To be honest, I’d need to look at the policy itself and also know where you’re located. Some states require the pay stub to provide the info on your leave balances, others don’t. Your best bet is to talk to someone in HR at the company. The 1 hour for every 30 hours is a pretty common accrual rate. And if after one year they go from 3 days sick leave to 5 days (combined sick leave and PTO), that sounds perfectly legit. (No company is required in any state to provide PTO.) The only thing concerning is whether they’re calculating your sick leave earned correctly or not. You may want to keep track of your own hours to compare to their records and let them know if you find a discrepancy. Best of luck to you.
Laura, Sr. HR Staff Writer
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