This section helps HR professionals identify the common forms of leave addressed by state law and those routinely granted by employers to help attract and retain employees. HR will also gain a greater understanding of the common considerations regarding leaves, how to develop leave policies and processes for requesting and taking leave and the risks inherent in providing forms of leave an employer is not legally required to provide.
Updated when to include and guidance to address the interplay between the Los Angeles minimum wage ordinance and its hotel worker minimum wage ordinance, which both provide paid time off to eligible employees.
North Dakota employers that provide paid vacation or paid time off (PTO) and seek to indicate that North Dakota employees will receive pay for accrued but unused vacation or PTO upon termination of employment should consider including this model policy statement in their handbook.
This section helps HR professionals understand the value of offering different forms of paid leave (e.g., vacation time, personal time and holidays). This section also discusses the use of paid time off banks.
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