Tag Archives: PTO

Chapter 28: Why Cashing Out PTO Next Year Doesn’t Work

By: Jeff Chang Our efforts to educate employers about the dangers and surprises associated with PTO cash‑outs (see, Chapter 13 and “When Having Your Cake and Eating It May Be a Bad Thing: Cautions About Cash-Outs of Unused Leave Or PTO”) … Continue reading

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Chapter 13: Some Things Are Worth Repeating – Beware of PTO Cash-Outs!

By: Jeff Chang Recently, I spoke to a roomful of public agency human resources managers. As I sometimes do, I took a few informal surveys of my audience.  One of the questions I posed was: “How many of your agencies allow … Continue reading

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Chapter 5: Why Governmental Employers Should Care About Their Reporting Of Employee’s Wages

By: Jeff Chang This entry comes to you with the help of my colleague Wendy Tauriainen. A couple of weeks ago we got to talking about the fact that dozens, if not hundreds, of local governments and special districts appeared to … Continue reading

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