How to prorate vacation and sick time when employee works 30 hours a week? We accrue 6.67 hours a month and 3.33 hours of sick time a month.
The employee who works 30 hours per week will earn 3/4 of the vacation and sick time accrued by an employee who works 40 hours per week. You can prorate the earned benefit time by mulplying it by .75 (which is the same as 3/4.) Instead of 6.67 hours of vacation per month, the part-time employee would earn 5 hours of vacation per month. (6.67 x 0.75= 5) This results in 60 hours vacation per year rather than 80 hours of vacation.
Instead of earning 3.33 hours of sick leave per month, the part-time employee would earn 2.5 hours of sick pay (3.33 x 0.75=2.4975 rounded to 2.5) This results in 30 hours of sick leave per year instead of 40 hours.
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