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How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours worked?

 
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Re: How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours w...

Thanks for sharing the Paid Sick Leave Ordinance, jplastics.

 

Yes, you're right that you need to set up sick time on a 30 hour basis. On the hours accrued paid, enter two (2) minutes.

 

I've attached screenshot for reference:

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Let me know how this goes. I'll be right here if you need more help.

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Re: How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours w...

Hi there, jplastics.

 

I'll show you how to set up sick leave accruals for the new Texas law. Please follow the steps below.

 

Here's how:

 

1. At the top, Click Employees, then Employee Center.
2. To edit information, double-click the employee's name.
3. Select the Payroll Info tab, then click Sick/Vacation at the right corner.
4. Under Hours available as of mm/dd/yyyy field, enter the number of paid sick hours that are currently available for the employee to use.
5. Under the Accrual period, select Every hour on a paycheck.
6. Under the Hours Accrued field, enter 0.02.00 (60 minutes/30 hours).

 

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7. When a new accrual year begins and you want sick hours to reset to zero, select Reset hours each new year?.
8. You can enter other information needed.
9. Click OK to save changes.


Please check out this article for more details and to set up vacation accruals on an employee profile: Set up and pay sick and vacation time.


Please let me know how it goes by leaving a comment below, I'll be here if you need further assistance. Have a great day!

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Re: How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours worked?

@jplastics 

 

Could you provide a link to the new law you are referring to?

All I can find is that neither Texas nor the Fed requires employers to provide for sick time

 

A couple of cities have passed such a law, but they are on hold since some law suits have been filed.

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Re: How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours worked?

Yes-this only effects a couple of cities in Texas-I'm in San Antonio.  Austin is on hold because of a lawsuit.  I'm trying to get ahead of this nasty situation. Its called the Paid Sick Leave Ordinance-https://www.govdocs.com/san-antonio-passes-new-paid-sick-leave-ordinance/

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Re: How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours w...

Your instruction are much appreciated, but I need to set this up with the ability to earn the sick time based on the 30 hours of work performed.  I have seen formulas that involve this method with a 40 hour basis but I need it on a 30 hour basis.  So I know I need to change the option under the Accrual period tab to be Ever hour on paycheck and  to  reflect hours accrued per hour paid-this is the area that confuses me.  

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Re: How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours w...

Thanks for sharing the Paid Sick Leave Ordinance, jplastics.

 

Yes, you're right that you need to set up sick time on a 30 hour basis. On the hours accrued paid, enter two (2) minutes.

 

I've attached screenshot for reference:

sick time.PNG

 

Let me know how this goes. I'll be right here if you need more help.

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Re: How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours w...

Finally someone shows the exact format of the entry in 'Hours accrued per hour paid'.  Thank you so much for your answer.  I have searched for days trying to figure out what to put in this field to pay 1 hour sick pay for each 40 hours worked for my company.  With your help I now see it is 1.5 or in this field, 0:01:50  Thank You

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