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770.1 - Sick Time
770.1 Sick Time
|P-770.1||The College provides sick time as an employment benefit to regular full-time and part-time staff hired to work a minimum of twenty (20) hours per week. Project based employees are not eligible for sick time.|
|Pr-770.1.1||Sick time is intended for the employee’s own illness and may be used for the purpose of visiting doctors, dentists or other recognized practitioners. Sick time may also be used for the purpose of tending to an illness of a spouse, domestic partner, child, parent or sibling. Additionally, sick time may be used for any relative and/or dependent living in an employee’s home. Employees are required to advise their supervisor as early as possible when they will be absent from work due to illness or doctor’s appointment. Employees must obtain supervisory approval on the Employee Absence Record in order to receive sick time pay.|
|Pr-770.1.2||The College may, in its sole and absolute discretion, require a doctor’s certificate verifying the necessity for any absence(s).|
|Pr-770.1.3||Sick time begins accruing on the first day worked in an eligible position as described in P-770.1. Sick time may be used in 1/4 hour or greater increments. Increments of less than 1/4 hour may be allowed in situations in which there is an approved leave of absence, such as leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Only accrued sick time may be taken. The College does not allow employees to use sick time in excess of their accrual balance. Upon separation, any unused sick time will be forfeited.|
|Pr-770.1.4||In the event of an illness or injury that is covered by worker’s compensation insurance, sick time usage may not apply.|
|Pr-770.1.5||Eligible employees accrue sick time on the number of hours paid each pay period, up to the maximum hours they were hired to work in a pay period.
(a) .0462 times the number of hour paid for in a pay period
MAXIMUM ACCRUAL FOR 80 HOURS BI-WEEKLY EMPLOYEE: 960 HOURS (120 DAYS)
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