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Policy For Accruing Paid Time Off
After completing the probationary period of employment, employees will accrue paid time off based on the number of hours worked. These hours can be used for vacation, holidays, sick leave, fill in for cancellations, or redeemed for cash. An employee will have to seek approval to schedule paid time off; longer periods of time off with pay will require greater notice. Unpaid time off can also still be taken, but must also be scheduled in advance. The rate of accrual will increase, relative to the total amount of time worked at Development is CHILD’S PLAY!

Following the probationary period of employment, the employee will accrue paid time at the following rates:

Leave category 1: Full time equivalent (FTE, 6 hours a day, 5 days a week) would earn approximately 72-75 hours (about 12, 6-hour days). After the probationary period of employment, the rate of accrual will be approximately 0.046 hours of paid time off for each paid hour worked.

Leave category 2: About 108-112 hours per year (about 18, 6-hour days) for FTE. Following the 2-year annual review, the rate of accrual will be approximately 0.069 hours of paid time off for each paid hour worked.

Leave category 3: About 145-150 hours per year (about 24-25, 6-hour days) for FTE. Following the 4-year annual review, the rate of accrual will be approximately 0.093 hours of paid time off for each paid hour worked.

Leave category 4: About 145-150 hours per year (about 30-31, 6-hour days) for FTE. Following the 6-year annual review, the rate of accrual will be approximately 0.115 hours of paid time off for each paid hour worked.

When requesting to use paid time accrued, this must be noted on your time sheet, stating the number of hours (or fraction) you are using. An employee cannot take more paid time than that which has already been accrued. Number of hours worked will be reviewed at the employee’s annual review and the end of the calendar year. Time earned can be carried over to the next calendar year.

1/15/17


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