Policy The University grants leaves of absence to regular full- and part-time faculty and staff entering active service, either voluntarily or involuntarily, in the uniformed services of the United States. Additionally, reservists or National Guard members will be granted time off to participate in summer encampments and/or cruises. Continuation of benefits coverage is offered for […]
Policy If you are a faculty or staff member scheduled to work 1,000 or more hours per year and you are called to jury duty, you are eligible for leave with pay. Additionally, you may retain any fees received. You must report back to work the day after jury duty ends. Read the Policy Related […]
Policy As a staff member, you may take: Up to three days off with pay following the death of an immediate family member. One day off with pay to attend the funeral of a relative outside the immediate family. Read the Policy Related Procedures There are no related procedures. Related Forms There are no related forms.
Policy A birthing parent may be eligible for eight weeks of base salary continuation. A non-birthing/adoptive parent may be eligible for six weeks of base salary continuation. The purpose of parental leave is to provide staff who become parents, either by birth or adoption of a minor child, with paid leave to allow for the healthy recovery […]
Policy The following do not result in the loss of pay and are not charged to paid time off (PTO): Administrative leave: Excused absences, such as closures, delayed openings, or early dismissals, which are not considered work time. Release time: Approved time for campus activities, such as professional development, University Senate meetings, and Graduation, which are considered […]
Policy The Reynolda Campus holiday schedule typically includes the following paid days: New Year’s Day Martin Luther King’s Birthday / Human Rights Day Good Friday Memorial Day Juneteenth Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving (Two Days) Winter Holiday (Minimum of Five Days) Read the Policy Related Procedures There are no related procedures. Related Forms There are […]
Policy The Paid Time Off (PTO) Program combines vacation, sick, and personal leave. Exempt employees earn: Five weeks (25 days) if employed by the University less than five years. Six weeks (30 days) if employed by the University five years or more, but less than 10 years. Seven weeks (35 days) if employed by the University 10 or […]