Yes, you’re right that you need to set up sick time on a 30 hour basis. On the hours accrued paid, enter¬†two (2)¬†minutes.

 

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Resolution for 'accrued paid issue: 'How do I set up sick leave accurals for the new Texas law- 1 hour earned for every 30 hours worked?' available: Yes.

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