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What does PPL stand for?

PPL stands for Paid Personal Leave

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In an area of the state where many young people still are tempted to chase higher-paying jobs elsewhere, Breeze In offers competitive wages, flexible schedules, 15 percent discounts for employees, medical benefits and paid personal leave for full-time employees.
While access to paid holidays and vacations has remained stable for the past two decades, access to paid personal leave has been increasing significantly.
At the same time, perhaps your company has other paid time off benefits that compensate for this vacation package, such as through the number of paid holidays or paid personal leave.
Other terms include a $15 a month increase per teacher in the school district's maximum payment to health insurance premiums (to $230) in the first year and an additional $12 in the second year; up to 5 days of sick leave (previously, 2) to care for sick family members; 2 days of paid personal leave per school year (previously, 1); use of pretax pay up to a 5,000 maximum for both child care and health care; pay raises for teachers who serve as driver education instructors or as team leaders; up to 5 days casual leave without pay (was 2), depending on the teacher's seniority; and the establishment of various joint committees to discuss school related issues, such as class sizes and peer review procedures.
Benefit changes include a 1-day cut in the 2-day waiting period for sick leave, 1 day of paid personal leave each year for employees using less than half their sick leave, a $240 annual payment to employees who choose to be covered by their spouses health insurance, and rewards to employees equal to 25 percent of savings resulting from their reporting of health care billing errors.
In the late 1970's and early 1980's, for instance, workers in the automobile manufacturing industry received 7 to 9 paid personal leave days, but this benefit was dropped when the industry experienced financial difficulties.