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PER-4.04 May 1, 1992 Annual Leave

 

Policy:          PER 4.04

Title:            Annual Leave

Adopted:      May 1, 1992

Revised:       December 2, 2010

 

I. POLICY AND/OR OBJECTIVE

 

  1. Classified full-time employees accrue 10 annual leave days during the first year of employment and 1 additional day per year thereafter -- to a maximum of 22 days.

  2. Professional/administrative full-time employees accrue 15 annual leave days during the first year of employment and one additional day per year thereafter -- to a maximum of 22 days.

  3. Annual leave accrues proportionally for employees employed on any other fixed part-time basis of at least 50 percent of the normal working hours of the unit in which he or she is employed. Employees working at least 40 percent on May 1, 1992, will continue to accrue annual leave on a proportional basis as long as they remain on at least a 40 percent FTE.

  4. Employees will accrue annual leave based on the percentage of time in pay status for each pay period.

  5. Annual leave accrues on a pay-period basis and shall be credited to the employee's leave balance on the first day of the following pay period or, in the case of separation, on the last day of active employment.

  6. Annual leave may be accumulated up to three times the amount which the employee is currently eligible to accrue during a 12-month period; provided, however, that the maximum leave balance shall be two times the amount which the employee is currently eligible to accrue upon (1) carry forward from June 30 to July 1 each year, (2) transfer from one department to another department (unless the hiring department accepts the transfer of additional leave), and (3) payment upon separation from employment.  [This language implements a change previously approved effective July 1, 2010.]
  7. Upon separation, annual leave will not accrue following the last day worked.

  8. Annual leave may be authorized at times convenient to the efficient operation of the department as determined by the department head.
  9. Annual leave shall not be authorized for use prior to the time it is earned and credited to the employee.

  10. All annual leave must be used prior to beginning a leave of absence without pay.

  11. Whenever an employee moves from one unit to another without a break in continuous service, unused annual leave shall be transferred to the new unit for future use, subject to the transfer provisions of Paragraph F.

  12. Personnel with at least six months of continuous and creditable service who separate from employment for any reason shall be paid for unused annual leave in the earliest pay period possible after separation at the employee's current pay rate, subject to the limitations of Paragraph F.

 

 

II. PROCEDURE

Regular (classified and professional and administrative) staff members must submit a request to use annual leave on a Request for Leave Form. The request should indicate the times and dates when the leave begins and the return from leave. The request must be submitted in advance of the leave time requested and approved by the supervisor and/or unit head.

 

 

Leave Accrual Rate Values
Annual Leave
Classified Hourly Employees Professional/Administrative Salaried Employees
After months of Service
Hours of Leave Earned per Hour of Service
After months of Service
Hours of Leave Earned per Hour of Service
0
0.038500
0
0.057693
12
0.042250
12
0.061559
24
0.046125
24
0.065367
36
0.050000
36
0.069232
48
0.053875
48
0.073098
60
0.057750
60
0.076905
72
0.061500
72
0.080770
84
0.065375
84
0.084636
96
0.069250
108
0.073125
120
0.076875
132
0.080750
144
0.084625
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