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How to fill out the Sick and Vacation window

Sick time

Note: If the "Prints as" name is something other than "Sick", it's because you modified your payroll preferences so that this item will have a different label, such as "Paid Time Off", when it prints on employee paystubs and vouchers.

  1. Enter the amount of sick time the employee has available and has used.

  2. Specify the employee's sick accrual period.

  3. Enter the amount of sick hours the employee had accrued at the beginning of the year, and the maximum amount of sick time the employee is allowed to accrue.

  4. Enter the start date of the accrual year.

    If this employee accrues sick time on a calendar year, enter January 1.

    If this employee accrues sick time on a different schedule, for example an anniversary year, enter the day that that year begins.

  5. Enter the date that sick time should begin accruing.

    Example: Let's say you give your employees sick time on an annual basis that begins on their hire date. But let's say you also require your employees to work for six months before they are entitled to start earning sick time at all. If you have an employee who starts work on June 15, their accrual year begins on June 15, but they don't actually start accruing sick time until December 15.

Vacation time

Note: If the "Prints as" name is something other than "Vacation", it's because you modified your payroll preferences so that this item will have a different label, such as "Paid Time Off", when it prints on employee paystubs and vouchers.

  1. Enter the amount of vacation time the employee has available and has used.

  2. Specify the employee's vacation accrual period.

  3. Enter the amount of vacation hours the employee had accrued at the beginning of the year, and the maximum amount of vacation time the employee is allowed to accrue.

  4. Enter the start date of the accrual year.

    If this employee accrues vacation time on a calendar year, enter January 1.

    If this employee accrues vacation time on a different schedule, for example an anniversary year, enter the day that that year begins.

  5. Enter the date that vacation time should begin accruing.

    Example: Let's say you give your employees vacation time on an annual basis that begins on their hire date. But let's say you also require your employees to work for six months before they are entitled to start earning vacation time. If you have an employee who starts work on June 15, their accrual year begins on June 15, but they don't actually start earning vacation time until December 15.

See also

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