With implementation in the middle of the quarter, how will employees earn the full amount of bonus holiday time for 2002?
4.3 hours will be added to each employee’s vacation time balances at the time of conversion. This amount plus the amount they will start earning in the new biweekly accruals will ensure that employees receive the full complement of bonus holiday time for the year. • I supervise an employee who will reach 7 years of service this August 2002. What will happen to her lump-sum accrual of 40 vacation hours? Employees who will reach 7 or 30 years of service between May 12, 2002 and May 11, 2003 will receive a prorated 40-hour, lump-sum accrual and will move to the next level of accrual in the vacation time table as part of the conversion. • If a person is within one year of their 7th or 30th year of service, what happens to his or her lump sum? It will be a prorated lump sum with the remainder being earned biweekly after May 12. For further details, refer to the tables on the Adjustments page of this Web site. • Will I still receive pay for my accumulated time off when I leave the university
- How do I add an additional amount of time as a bonus for my employees every day so that if they work a minimum number of hours, they get paid an additional amount of time?
- With implementation in the middle of the quarter, how will employees earn the full amount of bonus holiday time for 2002?
- How is holiday paid to part time employees?