Operations

Sick Day? Vacation Day? With PTO, It Doesn't Matter

Posted on July 27, 2017
Robert Gaskill of Motev
Robert Gaskill of Motev

At Motev, a Los Angeles-based limousine service, employees accrue PTO as they work. If staffers use up their time and need more days, owner Robert Gaskill will structure the work schedule so they can accrue more hours. If drivers are sick and come to work, the law prohibits them from driving, so Gaskill assigns them to work in the office.

USA Today article here

Related Topics: business management, California operators, employee management, labor laws, staff management

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