HR Home › Forums › Community › We are a small non unionized employer in BC. Several years ago we changed our sick leave policy so that employees could no accumulate paid sick leave days without end to no rollover to the new fiscal year. In addition, we eliminated the pay out of sick leave credits when the employee leaves. When we did this we grand-parented in any existing employees. We are now at the point were one employee has changed jobs within the company to a much higher salary rate and they have at least 5 months of paid sick leave on the books. If they leave we are paying out a lot if it has to be at the current salary. This liability is growing and we would like to pay it out and end the increasing liability. Can we do this? What do we need to do to do it? Should be just bit the bullet and do it for all of the employees who are still grand parented? Or can we simple figure out the salary the employee was earning at the time the sick leave was accumulated and pay out at that rate?
Conner LantzKeymasterAugust 19, 2023 at 4:25 amPost count: 4836
We Are A Small Non Unionized Employer In BC. Several Years Ago We Changed Our Sick Leave Policy So That Employees Could No Accumulate Paid Sick Leave Days Without End To No Rollover To The New Fiscal Year. In Addition, We Eliminated The Pay Out Of Sick Leave Credits When The Employee Leaves. When We Did This We Grand-Parented In Any Existing Employees. We Are Now At The Point Were One Employee Has Changed Jobs Within The Company To A Much Higher Salary Rate And They Have At Least 5 Months Of Paid Sick Leave On The Books. If They Leave We Are Paying Out A Lot If It Has To Be At The Current Salary. This Liability Is Growing And We Would Like To Pay It Out And End The Increasing Liability. Can We Do This? What Do We Need To Do To Do It? Should Be Just Bit The Bullet And Do It For All Of The Employees Who Are Still Grand Parented? Or Can We Simple Figure Out The Salary The Employee Was Earning At The Time The Sick Leave Was Accumulated And Pay Out At That Rate?
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