Message Image  

Latest Discussions

  • Obviously, he is playing you. Ask him to give you a straight up or down "yes" or "no" answer to the question, "is this an on-the-job" injury. If he says no, charge personal time to his days missed. If he says yes, let worker's comp handle it. If he continues to say he thinks he injured himself on the job, insist he go to your industrial physician...

  • I can't find the link at this moment and will attempt to supplement, but in all my practices easiest, and advice given to me in the past by legal and payroll practitioners, is to give the whole accrual for that pay period, regardless of how much of it was worked. Same as Keri is stating. ------------------------------ Angela Drinkwine HR Director Los...

  • Mindy We recently put together Company Policies for this very thing. Our decision was to tier it so that all employees at the beginning of every fiscal year would have the potential to have 80 hours of PTO available to them to use. We allowed a carry over of 40 hours for EE's with 5 yrs or less of service and allowed 80 hours to be carried over...

  • Profile Picture

    PTO Rollover

    We recently added this to our company policy. We tier based it on years of service and used 5 yrs and 10 years as the tiers. Employed 5 years or less they can roll over 40 hour per year from their PTO bank to the next year. After 10 years they can roll over 80 hour but the maximum cap on all PTO within any fiscal year is 200 days. We had to do...

  • Hi! I'm looking for 'bare bones' proposal requests - as well as recommended vendors - for a payroll processing system for a service organization of approximately 100 employees. Thank you ------------------------------ Raylana Anderson SPHR Principal, Consultant Peoria IL ------------------------------

Recent Blogs

Most Active Members

One moment, processing...