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Discussion #1
I-Some employers combine all paid time off, such as vacation, sick leave, holidays, and personal days, into one large bank of time, typically called paid time off (PTO). Discuss your organization's Buckingham Adult Medical Day Care, current paid leave program.

1-Does your organization have a PTO bank or several categories of leave accrual?

2-What do you think would be the pros and cons of a PTO bank versus a traditional leave plan, including sick time and vacation?

3-All benefit programs are definitely an important part of hiring process, including paid time off. Often, the entire package must be viewed as opposed to solely the salary. Answer the question and state why so many often overlook benefits as opposed to salary.

Discussion #2
II- (1)-What are some of the flexibilities your organization allows to assist employees with achieving a good balance between work and life responsibilities?

(2)-Do you think more can be done? If so, describe your perspective on what specific work/life benefits you would like to see implemented and how they would be beneficial to employees and the company.

Companies are scrutinizing investment in benefits more than ever in today's economy.

1-That said, discuss "work/life" benefits: are they worth the investment?

2-Why?/Why not?

All of this is answered in detail.

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Human Resources questions of Employees Benefits.

Discussion #1

Question # 1. My organization has no affiliations with Buckingham Adult Day Care. But we do allow up to 30 days paid FMLA to deal with sick/dying family members (including parents who may live in an assisted living center such as Buckingham) per year. Anymore would have to be unpaid days off. Besides this, there is no Paid Time Off Bank or PTO bank for them. Each employee (based on length of service) is allotted anywhere from 1.5-4 weeks of paid vacation a year, as well as 3 personal days. The vacation and personal leave days can be used after each new employee passes through their 90 day probationary period and the days can be used every calendar year (as long as approved by supervisor with at least two weeks' notice).. The exception would be sick days. Each employee is granted 5 of these paid days after the 90 day probationary period has been successfully completed by the employee. These benefits cannot be rolled over.

I-Some employers combine all paid time off, such as vacation, sick leave, holidays, and personal days, into one large bank of time, typically called paid time off (PTO). Discuss your organization's Buckingham Adult Medical Day Care, current paid leave program.

1-Does your organization have a PTO bank or several categories of leave accrual?-Please see above

2-What do you think ...

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The strategic considerations are clearly related to the benefits discussed.

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