VACATION

BICKIMER ELECTRIC VACATION POLICY

PAID TIME OFF (PTO)

Full-Time Employees of Bickimer Electric, LLC are entitled to 56 hours (or 7 days) of PAID TIME OFF (PTO) per year, which will start after one full year of employment with good attendance.  

PTO uses include either vacation days, minor holidays (not mentioned below), personal leave or sick leave.  To be used at employee’s discretion so long as approved (see below) and will increase annually at the rate listed in chart.

Years of service Average days per year
Less than 1 year of service 0
After 1 year of service 7
2 years of service 9
3 years of service 11
4 years of service 12
5 years of service 12
6 years of service 14
7 years of service 15
8 years of service 15
9 years of service 16
10 years of service 16
11 years of service 17
12 years of service 18
13 years of service 18
14 years of service 18
15 years of service 19
More than 15 years of service 21

To receive PAID TIME OFF (PTO), the employe must be full-time status:  as defined by working no less than 40 hours per week and have good attendance:  have no surprise, unplanned, not approved absent or tardy days and be eligible: completed one full year of employment. 

Paid-Time-Off does Not Role-Over or Accrue each year.  Unused PTO can Not be Cashed-In.

HOLIDAY PAID TIME OFF (HPTO)

Full-Time Employee’s of Bickimer Electric, LLC will enjoy the follow MAJOR HOLIDAY’S PAID and OFF starting after the first 90 days of full-time employment:

  • New Years Eve and New Years Day
  • Easter
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day (4th of July)
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day and Friday after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

To receive HOLIDAY PAID TIME OFF (HPTO), the employe must be full-time status:  work no less than 40 hours per week (unless approved time off) and have good attendance:  have no surprise, unplanned, not approved absent or tardy days before the holiday and be eligible:  completed 90 days of employment.

PROCEDURE FOR REQUESTING TIME OFF

  1. Send an email to [email protected] to be reviewed.
  2. Will respond with approval, denial or adjustment of dates.
  3. Information to be filled in the employee’s file.

MISSED AND TARDY DAY(S) OF WORK

Missed AND Tardy day(s) of work requires the following if they are to be covered under PTO (if have PTO to use).

  1. Up-Front Communication and approval
  2. Or Documentation for Absence (i.e. doctor’s note, copy of accident report, etc).  

Otherwise, no pay for the day or hours lost, grounds for formal written warning and loose HPTO. For example:

  1. If you call in sick before the holiday, you will not receive holiday pay. 
  2. If you have less than 40 hours per week for the week(s) preceding the holiday, you will not receive holiday pay. 

RESIGNATION and TERMINATION

Unused PTO can Not be Cashed-In.