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We have a generous paid time off (PTO) policy: There’s no use-it-or-lose-it provision and there’s no limit on how much time off employees can accrue. However, four of our employees continually use up their PTO, often working only nine days out of 10 in a pay period. It’s all within the “letter of the law,” but other employees have started to grumble that these guys aren’t pulling their weight—and we have been very busy lately. Do you have any suggestions about how to break these employees of their “entitlement” attitude? They’re otherwise great employees.—Barbara
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