Employee Paid Time Off
Employees are eligible to take paid time off after six months of employment.
During the first two years of employment, staff accrue two weeks of vacation each year. As length of service increases, earned vacation time also increases. Eligible part-time employees will have hours prorated based on hours worked.
Sick leave is provided to enable regular status employees to receive pay while unable to work scheduled days due to personal illness or injury. Full-time employees accrue sick time at the rate of eight hours per month, to a maximum of 30 days. Part-time employees budgeted to work a minimum of 40 hours per week earn four hours per month, to a maximum of 15 days.
After 90 days of employment, regular status employees are entitled to bonus days off with pay. Full-time employees are eligible to take three bonus days with pay per calendar year. Part-time employees accrue bonus days, up to a maximum of three days per calendar year.