Why does my Paid Personal & Sick time off balances look different as of July 1st?

Effective July 1st, your Paid Personal Time Off balance will be reset to up to 4 days for the new Fiscal Year. Your available Sick Time off hours will be reduced in order to accommodate the refresh of your Paid Personal time. If you do not have enough time available between your Paid Personal and your Sick Time to load 4 full days, anytime that is available will be converted. In addition, your subsequent Sick Time Off accruals will be redirected into your Paid Personal Time until you reach a total of 4 days. If you would like any portion of your Paid Personal Time Off balance to be converted back to Sick Time Off, please send a request via Email to the Payroll Office

Please see the below examples:

EXAMPLE 1 Jane Doe is a 40 Hr Employee:

Time Off Balance as of June 30th, 2018

  • Paid Personal – 18 Hrs
  • Sick – 62 Hrs
  • Total Hours available for use: 80

After the Paid Personal rollover on July 1st:

  • Paid Personal – 32 Hrs
  • Sick – 48 Hrs
  • Total Hours available for use: 80

 

EXAMPLE 2 John Doe is a 35 Hr Employee:

Time Off Balance as of June 30th, 2018

  • Paid Personal – 26 Hrs
  • Sick – 15 Hrs
  • Total Hours available for use: 41

After the Paid Personal rollover on July 1st:

  • Paid Personal – 28 Hrs
  • Sick – 13 Hrs
  • Total Hours available for use: 41

EXAMPLE 3 Jane Doe is a 40 Hr Employee and does not have enough Sick Time Off Hrs to rollover:

  • Paid Personal - 20 hrs
  • Sick – 10 hrs

Total Hours Available for Use: 30

After the Paid Personal rollover on July 1st:

  • Paid Personal – 30 hrs
  • Sick – 0 hrs
  • Total Hours Available for Use: 30

As of the July 31st Time Off Accrual:

*Accrues 8hrs Sick Time

  • Paid Personal 32 hrs
  • Sick – 6 hrs
  • Total Hours Available for use: 38

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Article ID: 56884
Created
Tue 7/3/18 12:53 PM
Modified
Sat 11/10/18 11:58 AM