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How Does the Earned Day System Work?

Hard work should be rewarded. Too many businesses compensate their employees based on the hours they put in. You could even compare this type of work to “time served”.

However we all know that not every hour is equal. No one can operate at 100% all of the time and some projects are smoother or more challenging than others. We created earned days as a way to reward employees for a job well done.

With EDS we quantify what a standard week should look like and set a schedule with this in mind. When projects are complete on time and to a customer’s satisfaction employees are rewarded with PTO. If for whatever reason a project isn’t completed as scheduled a discussion is had with management on “Why?”. We diagnose the issue and do our best not to let it happen again. If it’s a “controllable” variable our employees will lose their PTO for the week. This system creates accountability within our organization. The PTO can be used to take time off to handle personal affairs and spend time with the family. We believe balance in life is invaluable and rewarding our people with balance helps with focus on the job and results in better outcomes for customers.

A Look at the Numbers

43%
Saving time for something later
21%
Too much work
15%
Don’t have enough money
9%
Feel guilty
9%
Other reasons
3%
Discouraged by boss
35%
of Americans don’t plan on taking all of their vacation days this year.
Society of Human Resource Management
Research shows that people are more productive when they take breaks, yet many employees are reluctant to fully unplug because they fear doing so will put them behind.

Here’s why:

66%
of surveyed workers wanted to work less than five days a week but only 17% of their employers offered that option
Robert Half

Productivity
Research shows that people are more productive when they take breaks, yet many employees are reluctant to fully unplug because they fear doing so will put them behind
CBS

63%
of employers said that providing a four-day working week has helped them to attract and retain talent
Henley Business School

40%
to 50% burnout rate in workers across most U.S. job fields
Business Insider
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Making an Impact

From small startups to established businesses, the Earned Day System has the potential to be transformative. By fostering excellence and work-life balance, organizations across industries are enhancing their value while improving the lives of their employees. But don’t take our word for it – see what employees and businesses have to say.

“I absolutely love the security of being paid when I take time off to be with my family.”

Rafy Jaquez

“Having the assurance of being protected when the weather doesn’t cooperate or when I’m not feeling well is incredibly valuable to me.”

Edwin Ciro

“This system has been a tremendous help. It allowed me to take time off to recover from a broken foot without worrying about finances. It also made it possible for me to be there for the birth of my baby girl.”

Camilo Cordona

“The fact that the company offers the Earned Day System makes me want to stay here long-term. It gives me a sense of comfort, knowing that the company cares about its employees’ well-being.”

Rafael Martinez

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Are you ready to increase productivity while improving the lives of your employees?

Contact us today to learn how to implement the Earned Day System at your organization.












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