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Benefits - Paid Time Off

VACATION PAY

After completion of one year of regular full-time employment, employees receive 80 hours (two weeks) at base rate of pay for one to five years of service, an additional eight hours for each completed, full-time year following the 5th year up to 10 years, and an additional eight hours for each completed, full-time year following the 15th year up to 20 years. You may receive up to a maximum of 160 hours (four weeks) at 20 years. Full-time status must be maintained.

Schedule of hours after year 5:

  • 6th—88 hours/yr
  • 7th—96 hours/yr
  • 8th—104 hours/yr
  • 9th—112 hours/yr
  • 10th—120 hours/yr

Schedule of hours after year 15:

  • 16th—128 hours/yr
  • 17th—136 hours/yr
  • 18th—144 hours/yr
  • 19th—152 hours/yr
  • 20th—160 hours/yr

PERSONAL TIME OFF PAY

After completion of the third month of employment (introductory period), regular full-time employees accrue PTO at a rate of 2.77 hours per pay period which is equal to 72 hours per year at their base rate of pay. Twenty-four hours of unused time may be carried over into the next year following their benefit accrual date.

Regular full-time employees are provided with the opportunity to be paid during periods of personal medical illness that cause time missed from work. This is available after the completion of the third month of employment. Employees accrue 3.69 hours per pay period up to a maximum of 65 days. Except for noted exceptions as referred to in the Employee Guidelines Booklet, sick pay is not payable for the first or second day of an illness or the first 48 hours.

SICK PAY

Regular full-time employees are provided with the opportunity to be paid during periods of personal medical illness that cause time missed from work. This is available after the completion of the third month of employment. Employees accrue 3.69 hours per pay period up to a maximum of 65 days. Except for noted exceptions as referred to in the Employee Guidelines Booklet, sick pay is not payable for the first or second day of an illness or the first 48 hours.

FUNERAL LEAVE PAY

After completion of the third month of employment (introductory period), regular full-time employees may receive up to three paid scheduled work days off due to death of an immediate family member, of which one of the days counted must be the day of the funeral. Immediate family members are defined as spouse, parents, children and sibling and includes step-mother/father/brother/sister and child. One paid work day is also offered for the death of grandparents, grandchildren, and mother/father/sister or daughter in-law, if the day of the funeral is a scheduled work day.

JURY DUTY PAY

Regular full-time employees will be compensated for the difference in jury duty pay and their normal base earnings after completion of the third month of employment (introductory period).