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How to Craft a PTO Policy That Works for Everyone

Scheduled: November 7, 2018 3:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM PT


Paid time off (PTO) has quickly become one of the most popular employee benefits. Having the ability to offer flexibility in the workplace can be a great way to attract and retain top talent. However, the most common pitfalls occur when there’s an imbalance. Depending on how a PTO policy is put in place, these policies run the risk of benefiting employers more than the employees.

The pressure to be the first one in and last to leave, combined with the complexities of time-off accruals, limited-time policies, and unused vacation days have created a gray area for this crucial benefit. But with thoughtful paid time off initiatives, all parties are able to reap the rewards.

With the appropriate structure in place, PTO policies increase trust and engagement throughout an organization. The challenge: how do you maximize your PTO policy to benefit both the employee and employer? This presentation will:

  • Highlight best practices to ensure a successful PTO policy that sets your company apart.

  • Discuss ways your organization can revamp an existing policy.

  • Share how to measure the success of your PTO policy.

This webinar will be worth 1 SHRM and HRCI credit.

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Speakers:
Jessica Greene

Accounting Programs and Education, Intuit - Moderator

Jessica is a regular webinar host for Intuit, helping business owners and accountants tackle everything related to time and attendance in the workplace. She’s an Idaho native, based in the TSheets head office in the Boise. She graduated with a degree in Theatre and Communications in 2012 from Whitworth University in Spokane, WA. When she’s not hosting webinars or trotting the globe meeting accountants, you can find her performing improv with a local group, and spending time with her husband Jeff and her Chiweenie, Dexter.

Robin Wilson

Senior Global Time Away Program Manager, Intuit

Since joining Intuit in 2002, Robin has served in a variety of capacities in the benefits space. In her current position, Robin creates and drives the global vision, strategy, and execution of Time Away, Time Tracking and Workers’ Compensation offerings. She handles all phases of these programs ranging from requirements to delivery for all countries where Intuit has a presence. Her goal is to develop a vision that is informed by benchmarking, customer input, and the current economy, in order to deliver awesome programs and great employee experiences. Robin has received her CEBS (Certified Employee Benefit Specialist) from the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans.

Michael Goldberg, CCP

Manager of Total Rewards, Namely

Michael joined Namely in 2018 as a Manager of Total Rewards on the People Operations team. At Namely, he manages the Total Rewards initiatives and strategy for our compensation, equity, and benefits programs. He has previously worked for WeWork, Etsy, and Deloitte where he managed compensation and equity and has received his CCP (Certified Compensation Professional) from World at Work.