- How does the protected PTO work at Walmart?
- How much protected PTO do you earn at Walmart?
- What is the difference between PTO and Ppto Walmart?
- Does Walmart protected PTO roll over?
- How fast do you earn PTO at Walmart?
Using Protected PTO You can elect to use Protected PTO when you request time off. When you use Protected PTO for sick, family care, or other reasons under your facility’s attendance policy, the time off it covers will be deemed an authorized absence and you won’t receive an absence occurrence.
The policy around vacation days is not changing. On top of the 5 days every six months, workers will start receiving up to 6 days a year of “protected PTO.” Those days can be used to cover illnesses and emergencies, such as a flat tire or taking care of sick kids or family members.
PPTO- Protected Paid Time Off, you use this to cover unapproved absences and tardies so you don’t get points against you. PTO- Paid Time Off, you use this for like vacations, approved absences and tardies.
Protected PTO that you don’t use will just roll over to the next year, with no maximum or limit. Regular PTO saved at the end of the year can turn into cash! If you’ve got 80 or more hours of protected PTO (48 hours for part-time), you’ll cash out any remaining regular PTO.
You earn PTO with every hour you work. And the more years you work for Walmart, the faster you earn it. The amount you earn also depends on whether you’re full-time or part-time. Most associates earn both kinds of PTO at the same time, but temporary associates earn protected PTO only.