This concludes the series of posts on 10 things to know when creating a PTO policy.
Using the information in this series, you should now be able to draft a clear and concise PTO policy that’s right for you and your staff.
Putting a solid policy in place early on will alleviate the possibility of any friction or anxiety for your staff later on down the track. Keep in mind that the more complicated your policy is, the more of a burden you place on the administration and enforcement of your policy.
It’s best to keep everything as simple as possible to start off with. Maybe we should have started off with that! ☺️
Like we mentioned at the start of the series, we’re always available to answer any questions you might have about managing staff time off. Feel free to shoot us an email, or twitter — @bindleapp and we’ll get back to you within a day. Good luck!
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