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Do Employees Need to Take PTO in Specific Increments of 4 or 8 Hours?

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Q We are considering having exempt employees account for their time off in increments of one hour. Is there a specific law that requires exempt employees to take paid time off (PTO) in increments of either four hours (half a day) or eight hours (a full day)?

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A The key issue is that your question is about paid time off. As you are likely aware, exempt employees must be paid on a salary basis, which means they receive a predetermined amount of compensation each week regardless of how many hours they work.

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