State by State Breakdown:

California: You will accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours you work up to a cap of 72 hours and you may use up to 48 accrued hours in any given academic year (July 1 to June 30). You become eligible to use sick leave after your 30th day of work with Scoot Education provided you have been employed by the company for at least 90 days.

Nevada: The state of Nevada does not mandate new private-sector employers to provide paid sick leave. Scoot's policy is consistent with Nevada law, meaning you will not accrue sick time for days worked. Employees will begin accruing sick leave in Nevada on 4/1/2023.

Colorado: You will accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours you work up to a cap of 48 hours and you may use only these 48 accrued hours in any given calendar year. You become eligible to use sick leave immediately after it is accrued.

Arizona: You will accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours you work up to a cap of 40 hours and you may use only these 40 accrued hours in any given academic year (July 1 to June 30). You become eligible to use sick leave after you have been employed by the company for at least 90 days.

Texas: The state of Texas does not mandate private-sector employers to provide paid sick leave. Scoot's policy is consistent with Texas law, meaning you will not accrue sick time for days worked.

Utah: The state of Utah does not mandate private-sector employers to provide paid sick leave. Scoot's policy is consistent with Utah law, meaning you will not accrue sick time for days worked.

New Jersey: You will accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours you work up to a cap of 40 hours and you may use only these 40 accrued hours in any given academic year (July 1 to June 30). You become eligible to use sick leave after you have been employed by the company for at least 120 days.

Florida: The state of Florida does not mandate private-sector employers to provide paid sick leave. Scoot's policy is consistent with Florida law, meaning you will not accrue sick time for days worked.

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