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    Part Time Grandfathered Paid Time Off

    Part-Time employees hired prior to 2012 earn one bank of generic leave that is pro-rated based on the position's budgeted hours. Paid Time Off is used to cover absences for vacation, holidays, bereavement or for non-work-related injury or illness of less than a full work week.  Part-Time employees earn Paid Time Off as follows:

    Paid Time Off (PTO) Bank Accrual Rates & Maximums

    Annual Budgeted Hours

    FTE

    Average Weekly Hours

    Monthly Accrual Hours

    Maximum Carry-Over

    Maximum Payout

    1820- 2079

    .875 - .999

    35 - 39

    17.5

    294

    147

    1560 - 1819

    750 - .874

    30 -34

    15

    252

    126

    1300 - 1559

    .625 - .749

    25 - 29

    12.5

    210

    105

    1040 - 1299

    .500 - .624

    20 - 24

    10

    168

    84

    780 - 1039

    .375 - .499

    15 - 19

    7.5

    126

    63

    520 - 779

    .250 - .374

    10 - 14

    5

    84

    42

    0 - 519

    0 - .249

    0 - 9

    2.5

    42

    21

    Other Absences with Pay
    Leave Donation Program
    Leave donation is a way for employees to help their fellow employee and give themselves an "insurance policy" against unavoidable and unpredictable absences.
    Court Service
    Court service leave is available to employees required to perform jury duty or are subpoenaed to appear in court outside regular duties. Eligibility: Employees who are required to perform jury duty or are subpoenaed to appear in court outside regular tour of duty. Department Directors, in conjunction with HR, will determine the applicability of the use of court service leave.
    Military Leave
    Military leave is available to employees who also serve as members of the armed forces including National Guard or reserve members. Employees receive 15 days of paid leave per year (October 1 - September 30).
    Injury Leave
    Injury leave is available to any employee who sustains an on-the-job injury or illness for up to 7 days of absence when incapacitated due to such injury or illness. Extended absence due to on-the-job injury or illness is generally covered under the Workers' Compensation provisions of this policy after 7 days. Refer to Chapter 4, "Benefits", Workers' Compensation of the Employment Policies & Procedures Manual for more information.
     
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