Human Resources Guidelines
HRG06 Determining Vacation and Sick Leave for Staff Employees whose Work Schedules Conform with Academic Semesters and /or Summer Sessions
Subject Matter Expert:
Policy Steward:Vice President for Human Resources>
GUIDELINE'S INITIAL DATE: October, 1975
THIS VERSION EFFECTIVE: October 1, 1992
- For Those Employed Full-Time, Including Working During Semester Breaks
- For Those Employed Full-Time, But Not During Semester Breaks
Most staff employees work regular work schedules that are not related to student class schedules. That is, they work at times when classes are not being held and during vacations provided by the academic calendar. However, certain staff employees are employed on academic schedules and are not required to work when classes are not being held. This guideline is provided to clarify vacation and sick leave allowance for such employees.
FOR THOSE EMPLOYED FULL-TIME, INCLUDING WORKING DURING SEMESTER BREAKS:
Employees who normally work through periods when classes are not held earn vacation and sick leave in accordance with HR34.
FOR THOSE EMPLOYED FULL-TIME, BUT NOT DURING SEMESTER BREAKS:
Employees who normally are not required to work during breaks between semesters and summer sessions do not earn vacation accumulation, since the student recesses replace the vacation accumulation. Sick leave is accumulated as outlined in HR34.
Date Approved:October 1, 1992>
Date Published:October 1, 1992>