Accrual Rules for Deductible Time Off Types
* Each Time Off Type has an eligibility time setting. This determines when the system checks for accrual eligibility. e.g. end of the pay period or start of the pay period
Start of Period
* Unique to each Time Off Type
|End of Period||
1. Accrual Eligibility
* Define when the employee becomes eligible for this accrual level. All of the below settings are based on the Employee Hire Date.
* When using Policy Start, the hours will be awarded on the next scheduled event.
Example: If the Policy Plan starts January 1st, and the accrual frequency is every month, the software will add a scheduled event on the 1st of each following month to check for eligibility. If employees become eligible in the middle of an accrual cycle, the hours will be awarded based on the next scheduled event.
|Immediately Upon Hire||Employee becomes eligible on the hire date|
|After Waiting Period||Employee becomes eligible after the specified waiting period|
|First Day of Month After Waiting Period||Employee becomes eligible on the first day of the month after the specified waiting period|
|First Day of Month After Hire Date||
Employee becomes eligible on the first day of the month after their hire date
2. Accrual Type
Time - Employees accrue time off based on a specified time period(s)
- e.g. 40 hours per year
To configure time based accruals, see Accrue Hours Based on Time
Worked Hours - Employees accrue hours based on hours worked
- e.g. 2 hours for every 40 hours worked
To configure hours based on time, see Accrue Hours Based on Hours Worked