Unlimited vs. Limited PTO – Which One is Right For Your Workplace?

Eric Mochnacz
January 15, 2020

Unlimited vs. Limited PTO is conversation that all HR professionals are having. Each has pros and cons – and it’s not necessarily one size fits all. The Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) asked HR professionals their thoughts – and Consultant Eric Mochnacz was happy to oblige.

For example, a company may have a bereavement policy that is limited to three days, but grief and anything related to a death can take months to manage. So requiring an employee to use PTO outside of their three days to grieve can come across as a bit heartless.

Want to know what other HR pros had to say? It’s all here for you to enjoy and consider.

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