Review the following resource: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2021, September

Review the following resource: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2021, September 23). Who receives paid vacations? https://www.bls.gov/ncs/ebs/factsheet/paid-vacations.htm
Who receives paid vacations? – Bureau of Labor Statistics
Conclusion. BLS first started publishing statistics on paid vacation as part of the 1979 pilot study on Employee Benefits in Industry.Estimates for employer-sponsored benefits prior to 2010 are available through the NCS publications page.March 2021 estimates were published on September 23, 2021.
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics notes the average vacation days for an employee during their first to fifth year is between 10-14. This does not include company paid holidays or separate sick days. If you were creating a Paid Time Off Program:
Would you have one bucket of Paid Time off or separate categories of Vacation; Sick; Personal days?
How much Paid Time Off would you provide to employees in their first – 5th year?
Support your reasoning. Keep in mind the various federal and state laws related to time off programs. For example 24 states, including Illinois, require employers to pay out all accrued and unused PTO or Vacation time when an employee leaves an organization. Create a Discussion Thread for your group in the Group Activity Discussion Board to collaborate.
Your assignment should be approximately 500 words in length (typically, two double-spaced pages), not counting cover page, reference list page, appendices, figures, or tables.