Human Resources Guidelines
HRG03 Charging Sick Leave for an Absence for an Employee who Reports He/She is Emotionally Ill
Policy Steward:Vice President for Human Resources>
GUIDELINE'S INITIAL DATE: May 20, 1969
THIS VERSION EFFECTIVE: January 11, 1985
To determine how to charge an employee who is unable to work because of an emotional problem.
If an employee reports that he or she is suffering emotional upset so great as to cause absence from work, that employee will be permitted to charge the time missed from work as sick leave provided:
- The employee was under a physician's care and,
- The employee presents a certificate from the physician verifying that the employee was unable to work because of the emotional upset.
Retitled "Human Resources Guideline"