PTO Benefits and Usage

PTO will be broken down into categories:

  • PTO-H-Paid Holidays      

MD&A observes the following paid holidays:

  • New Year’s Day

  • Good Friday

  • Memorial Day

  • Independence Day

  • Labor Day

  • Thanksgiving Day

  • Day After Thanksgiving Day

  • Christmas Eve

  • Christmas Day

  • Employee’s Birthday

 

  • PTO-V - Employee’s vacation

 

  • PTO-E - Emergency  **Cannot exceed 40 hours to use.

      (3 days or 24 hours) which can be used for sickness, emergencies, sick child, etc.

      Requires approval from General Manager

      No payouts for unused time.

 

  • PTO-D - Doctor’s Visit (for Employee only) **Cannot exceed 40 hours to use.

      (3 days or 24 hours) which can be used for sick time with a doctor’s note.

     Requires approval from General Manager

     No payouts for unused time.

 

  • PTO-B -  Bereavement **Cannot exceed 40 hours to use.

       will continue to include up to 3 days’ pay for the loss of immediate family members.

      (Mother, Father, Mother In-Law, Father In-law, Child, Spouse, Brother, Sister)

      Special circumstances may be handled on a case by case basis.

      No payouts for unused time.

 

  • PTO-JD- Jury Duty will be reported separately  **Cannot exceed 40 hours to use.

       If you receive notice to report for jury duty, you must submit this notice to MD&A within two

       business days. Jury duty hours will be paid only for the hours being selected, serving and

       the commute time. Times in and out of court must be in writing from the Clerk of Court.

       Employees are expected to work the remainder of the day(s) that they are not serving.

 

Note: QuickBooks Time is to be kept current daily and is not to be filled in later.