time accruals are based on the number of hours an employee is paid during a ,
excluding overtime.The maximum number
of paid hours for which to base the accruals is enter number of hours
department is responsible for ensuring each employee’s sick leave accrual and
sick leave record is correct. The total hours paid during one , multiplied by the
sick-leave accrual rate of enter accrual rate here
per hour determines the sick-leave hours accrued in the period.
consecutive days on paid leaves of absence, sick leave
stops accruing on the day of the leave.
can accrue up to enter amount here
hours (enter amount here
working days) of sick leave.
leave accrual begins upon date of hire.
leave cannot be used before it is earned.
scheduled dental and medical appointments, employees should submit a written
leave request to their supervisor as far in advance as possible.
sick leave taken for illness and medical emergency, a written leave request is
not required.Employees should notify
their supervisors that they are absent because of an emergency as soon as
leave is also used to supplement short-term disability.
payroll system is the official sick-leave record for employees. To correct an
employee's sick leave balance, the department must make an adjustment on the
Weekly Payroll Information Submission Form.
transferring between departments retain their accumulated sick time.New departments assume the financial
responsibility required to cover the transferred sick time.
termination of employment, sick leave cannot be taken after the last day
retiring at age 55 or older with 10 years of service should refer to Sick Leave
involved in any accident for which they receive compensation from an insurance
company for loss of wages may use this compensation to repurchase their sick
leave is available for the following:
or medical emergencies that prevent the employee from reporting to work.
routine medical or dental appointments.
sick leave may be cause for disciplinary action, such as the requirement of a
physician's certification as verification of an employee's illness before sick
leave is paid.Continued sick leave
abuse will result in further disciplinary action up to and including
termination of employment.