The lump sum method is beneficial because it allows an employer to avoid tracking accrual and carryover and is less administratively burdensome.
There are different ways that time is accrued. The easiest one is the front-load sick leave method. Employees get 24 hours up front at the start of the year. The start of the year can either be the work year or the calendar year. No carryover is required, and new hires that get 24 hours but can still be subject to the 90 day rule. Watch this video for a review of front-load sick leave and paid time off requirements.
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