Leave credits may be transferred from one or more donating employees to another receiving employee under the following conditions: The receiving employee is a permanent full or part-time employee whose participation has been approved by his/her department head; The receiving employee or the receiving employee’s spouse/domestic partner or direct family member has sustained a life threatening or debilitating illness, injury or condition. (The Department Head may require that the condition be confirmed by a doctor’s report); The receiving employee has or will have exhausted all paid time off; The receiving employee must be prevented from returning to work for at least 30 days and mustRead More →

An employee who is injured or who becomes ill while on vacation may be paid for sick leave in lieu of vacation provided that the employee: was hospitalized during the period for which sick leave is claimed, or received medical treatment or diagnosis and presents a statement indicating illness or disability signed by a physician covering the period for which sick leave is claimed, or was preparing for or attending the funeral of a member of the immediate family. To have sick leave considered in lieu of vacation the request and substantiation must be provided within ten (10) days of the employees’ return to work.Read More →

If the appointing authority has been informed through a doctor’s report of a medical examination, that an employee is not capable of properly performing his/her duties, he/she may require the employee to absent himself/herself from work until the incapacity is remedied. During such absence the employee may utilize any accumulated sick leave, vacation, holiday and compensatory time.Read More →

When an employee who has been working in a seasonal or extra-help category is appointed to a permanent position such appointee shall receive credit for such extra-help or seasonal period of service in computing accumulated sick leave, provided that no credit shall be given for service preceding any period of more than twenty-eight (28) consecutive calendar days in which an employee was not in a pay status. If an employee who has unused sick leave accrued is laid off and subsequently re-employed in a permanent position, such sick leave credits shall be restored to him/her upon reemployment. The employee shall not have any portion ofRead More →

When the requirement for sick leave is known to the employee in advance of his/her absence, the employee shall request authorization for sick leave at such time, in the manner hereinafter specified. In all other instances the employee shall notify his/her supervisor as promptly as possible by telephone or other means. Before an employee may be paid for the use of accrued sick leave he/she shall complete and submit to his/her department head a request stating the dates and hours of absence, and such other information as is necessary for the request to be evaluated. If an employee does not return to work prior toRead More →

Employees are entitled to be paid for sick leave used, to a maximum of the time accrued, under the following conditions: The employee’s illness, injury, or exposure to contagious disease which incapacitates him/her from performance of duties. This includes disabilities caused or contributed to by pregnancy, miscarriage, abortion, childbirth, and recovery therefrom as determined by a licensed physician, or, under the Kaiser plan, a licensed health care professional. The employee’s receipt of required medical or dental care or consultation. The employee’s attendance on a member of the immediate family who is ill. The employee’s preparation for or attendance at the funeral of a member ofRead More →

19.1   Accrual All employees, except extra-help or seasonal employees, shall accrue sick leave at the rate of 3.7 hours for each biweekly pay period of full-time work. Such accrual shall be prorated for any employee, except extra-help or seasonal employees, who work less than full time during a pay period. For the purpose of this Section absence in a pay status shall be considered work.Read More →