Regular full-time employees will accrue vacation hours at the following rates:
Non-Exempt Emplovees (See Policv #715 and #748-B)
1 through 4 years: 8 hours per month
5 through 9 years: 12 hours per month
10 years or longer: 16 hours per month
Vacation hours may accrue to a maximum of 160.
Exempt Emplovees (See Policv #715 and #748-B)
1 through 4 years: 12 hours per month
5 years or longer: 16 hours per month
Vacation hours may accrue to a maximum of 240.
Regular part-time employees who work 20 hours per week or more will have their vacation accrual pro-rated according to the percentage of FTE they work. Employees who work less than 20 hours per week will not accrue vacation hours.
Vacation leave will accrue from the first month of employment, however it may be used only upon successful completion of the trial service period (see Compensation Policy 748-F).
Vacation accrual will apply only during months in which ,the employee is in a paid status (either actively at work or on approved paid sick or vacation leave) for more than half the working days of that month.
Vacation leave must be scheduled in advance via a Leave Request form, and must have supervisory approval. Vacation leave will be granted or denied based on the operational requirements of the department.
Employees must use any excess vacation hours within 30 days of Leaching maximum accrual.
Upon termination or a reduction in work hours which affects eligibility for vacation accrual, non-exempt employees will receive cash compensation for unused vacation hours up to the maximum accrual; exempt employees will be compensated to a maximum of 80 hours. If employment is terminated during the trial service period (for any reason) the employee will not be eligible to receive any cash compensation for any accrued vacation time.