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Yes this is a legal practice. Paid time off is not mandatory per any law. Thus it is the employer's prerogative generally (assuming you do not have a union that negotiates the terms and conditions of your employment for you) to decide how and when PTO can be used. In short, yes than can limit use of PTO to achieve only up to 36 hours per workweek.
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