#paidtimeoff

  1. Americans don't get enough paid holiday AND have not yet recovered from 60 years of corporate wage suppression. If this is business cutting costs by shutting down for " religious observance" AND not paying staff - then it's a sham
  2. Employee makes company pay for the pending PTO before quitting with an ingenious move

    By Abhiram Sajai Employee makes company pay for the pending PTO before quitting with an ingenious move Companies try to sneakily get away with many things. Paid time off (PTO) is one area where they almost consistently mess up and employees end up suffering. Reddit user u/AnIdeaMan
  3. 3 benefits employees say have the greatest impact on their well-being

    By Paige McGlauflin, Joseph Abrams Good morning! HR teams, for the most part, are still figuring out what mental health benefits their workforce wants most. But recently shared survey data of more than 5,400 U.S. workers from Gallup and Bentley University sheds light on the policie
  4. Philadelphia airport restaurant staff vote to strike

    By Fionnuala Boyle Hospitality workers at two restaurants in the Philadelphia International Airport have voted to strike. The employees, who are employed by the company OTG, the airport's largest food service employer, have voted to authorize a strike if their union negotiating co
  5. 7 Steps to Maximize 'Unlimited' PTO Without Losing Your Job

    By Jill Duffy "Unlimited" paid time off (PTO) is never truly unlimited. Being allowed to take off as much time off as you need from your job sounds ideal from a worker's point of view—especially in the US, where there is no legal right to paid time off at all (see the Fair Labor S