Human Resources Guidelines
HRG05 Use of "No-Pay" Days in Lieu of Short-Term Leave of Absence
Subject Matter Expert:
Policy Steward:Vice President for Human Resources>
GUIDELINE'S INITIAL DATE: February, 1970
THIS VERSION EFFECTIVE: January 11, 1985
To determine when a leave of absence without pay for illness or injury shall be established.
When a regular employee is absent from work for illness or injury and the employee has no accumulated sick leave or vacation, the employee will be charged with a "no-pay" day. The employee's paycheck will reflect the time missed from work.
If an employee is absent for illness or injury and has no accrued sick leave or vacation, that employee shall be given "no-pay" days if the absence is for less than ten normal work days. However, if such an absence exceeds nine normal work days, the employee shall be placed on a leave of absence without pay beginning with the first day of such absence.
Retitled "Human Resources Guideline"
Date Approved:January 11, 1985>
Date Published:January 11, 1985>