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PTO Calculator

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               Paid time off or PTO has been available to some workers for a while. Some PTOs are enacted by government laws while others are created by public or private institutions as part of an employee’s benefits package. PTOs can include paid sick leave, vacation days and personal days. To help plan around one’s paid time out, the PTO calculator is now available.

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How to use - PTO Calculator

               The PTO calculator is as simple as filling out the light greyed out area in the Inputs section and reviewing the results available in the output section. If there are any questions over the meaning of each input and the respective outputs, refer to the following:

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Inputs

  • Beginning PTO Balance – Sets out the amount of PTO currently available to the user. Leave it blank if there is no PTO available. It is possible to change the PTO balance between hours and days by clicking on the cell and using the drop-down button.
  • Start Date – Determines when to begin counting the hours/days. Although most will use today’s date, the work probation period and other organizational rules may push the start PTO date into the future. [year-month-day] or [month day, year]
  • End Date – Sets up the last day to consider in the PTO calculator. Some will use the end date to figure out how many PTOs hours/days need to be taken before a deadline or simply to determine how many will be available by X date.
  • Accrues – Determines how many hours or days are accumulated throughout the year.
  • For every 1 year – A fixed period used to determine accrued hours or days.
  • Max Rollover PTO Policy – Organizations will often have limitations over the number of PTO hours or days that can be rolled over to another year.

Outputs

  • Available PTO by end date – Tells the user how many PTO hours or days they have left based on the data provided in the input section.
  • Potential PTO loss – Lets the user know how many PTO hours or days may be lost if it is not used according to the information provided.

               Factors to consider provides a list of items that may have some impact on the PTO calculator when comparing to the actuals.

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