Accrued vacation computation

Chapter 6 - Creditable Service for Leave Accrual

Accrued Exempt Accrual Rate Hourly Accrual Rate Total Hours Accrued per Year Maximum Hours Accrued Exempt Accrual Rate Total Hours Accrued per Year Maximum Hours Accrued 0-5 years 6.67 3.08 80 160 0-5 years 10.00 4.62 120 240 0 years + 13.34 160 320 5-10 years 8.00 3.69 96 192 5-10 years 11.34 5.23 136 272 ... Vacation Leave Accrual Charts ...

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LEAVE ACCRUAL CALCULATOR

Department of Labor Employment Standards Administration Wage and Hour Division Washington, D.C. 20210 April 5, 2004 FLSA2004-2NA Dear Name*, This is in response to your request for an opinion regarding whether a cash out payment of accrued vacation time to firefighters is to be considered in the computation of the regular rate for overtime

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Chapter 6 - Creditable Service for Leave Accrual

Accrued Exempt Accrual Rate Hourly Accrual Rate Total Hours Accrued per Year Maximum Hours Accrued Exempt Accrual Rate Total Hours Accrued per Year Maximum Hours Accrued 0-5 years 6.67 3.08 80 160 0-5 years 10.00 4.62 120 240 0 years + 13.34 160 320 5-10 years 8.00 3.69 96 192 5-10 years 11.34 5.23 136 272 ... Vacation Leave Accrual Charts ...

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U.S . Department of Labor

status for computation of years of service and accrual of vacation and personal leave and sick leave. Once an employee is in non-pay status and receiving only workers’ compensation income benefits, earned service time, vacation and personal leave, and sick leave will not be credited until the employee is returned to active service.

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Vacation Leave Accrual Guidelines ... In determining length of service, the correct method of computation is to count only actual days, months, and years of employment ... eligible to use leave accrued for that month. If an employee goes on paid leave and does not return to duty before terminating

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POLICY 7 VACATION AND PERSONAL LEAVE

vacation pay. Conclusion: Due to the risk of loss in the situation addressed by this Revenue Ruling, accrued vacation pay cannot be thought of as a definitely fixed liability. Therefore, such accrued vacation pay should properly be included in the computation of surplus and undivided profits for franchise tax purposes. However, if accrued ...