This is a post in the continuing series about 10 things to know when creating a PTO policy.
You can choose to encapsulate and enforce compliance to your company’s paid time off policy by using a system as simple as a booking request form in a Word template, a clearly communicated approval process, and a single spreadsheet.
You can even download a free PTO tracking spreadsheet we’ve created to help you out.
This has the obvious advantage of being fairly simple and inexpensive to set up.
When you reach around 10 employees or more, you might find things start to get a little harder to manage.
If you find this is the case, you might like to try a dedicated leave management system such as:
Each system has it’s own pluses and minuses, depending on what you need. It’s generally pretty easy to decide which one is best for your business (hint: Bindle). ☺️
If have any questions about Bindle’s functionality or how to get your free 30 day trial up and running, feel free to hit us up via email, or twitter — @bindleapp and we’ll get back to you within a day.
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