Proficient Auto Transport, Inc. appreciates how hard employees work and recognizes the importance of providing time for rest and relaxation. Proficient Auto Transport, Inc. fully encourages employees to get this rest by taking paid time off. Time off under this policy includes extended time off, such as for a vacation, and incidental time due to sickness or to handle personal affairs.

Full-time employees earn paid time off as follows:

Year 1
10 days Prorated Based on Date of Hire to be used by 12/31

Years 2-4
10 days granted on January 1

Years 5-9
15 days granted on January 1

Years 10-24
20 days granted on January 1

Years 25+
25 days granted on January 1

Part-time employees are defined as those working less than 30 hours/week on a regular basis. All part time employees are awarded 1/2 of the PTO awarded to full time employees.

Your PTO allowance will increase incrementally from 2-5 weeks on January 1 of the year in which your milestone anniversary date occurred.

Paid time off should be taken during the year received, unless otherwise required by law. PTO not used by the end of the calendar year due to Company business can be carried over with the approval of the Department Manager. The maximum number of PTO days that can be carried over from year to year is 5 and must be used by March 31st of the following year. Any carried-over yet unused time will be surrendered after March 31st of each year.

If employees wish to use three (3) or more full days of paid time off consecutively, they must submit a request to their manager in advance of the requested time off. Similar notice should be provided for planned time off of shorter duration. Every effort will be made to grant requests, consistent with operating schedules. However, if too many people request the same period of time off, the Company reserves the right to choose who may take time off during that period. Individuals with the longest length of service generally will be given preference.

If employees will be out of work due to illness or any other emergency for which notice could not be provided, they must call in and notify their supervisor as early as possible, but at least by the start of their workday. If they call in sick for three (3) or more consecutive days, they may be required to provide their supervisor with a doctor’s note on the day they return to work.

Paid time off may be used only in half-day and full-day increments.

Up to 10 days of earned, unused paid time off can be paid out upon separation, unless otherwise required by law.

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