Paid time off (PTO) programs are on the rise because trackingcan be a logistical nightmare. That's why many employers have turned to PTO policies to simplify time-off record-keeping, incentivize employees not to abuse allowances, and make scheduling easier. Pitfalls include determining payouts for PTO when terminating employees, and calculating overtime when PTO is involved.
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