Employees who are out of the office using paid leave categories will continue to receive monthly sick and vacation accruals. They will continue to be paid for designated holidays, and the bi-weekly flex credits will continue to be applied. However, employees on disability leave for ninety-one (91) or more days will not receive monthly sick and vacation accruals, as shown in the table below.
|Paid leave categories||Pay code||
Do I accrue sick
|Do I accrue
|Do I get the flex credits?|
|Jury duty leave||JURY||yes||yes||yes|
|Military leave (Reg./Res.)||MILLV||yes||yes||yes|
|Disability leave < /=90 days||WCOMP||yes||paid - not accrued||yes|
|Disability leave 90+ days||WCOMP||no||paid - not accrued||yes|
Employees who are out of the office on unpaid family medical leave (FMLA) or extended military leave (MILNP) for military leave 21+ days, will continue to receive sick, vacation, and holiday accruals; and, the bi-weekly flex credits will continue to be applied as shown in the table below.
|Unpaid leave categories||Pay code||Do I accrue sick and vacation?||Do I accrue holiday?||Do I get the flex credits?|
|Family medical leave||FMLA||yes||yes||yes|
|Military leave 21+ days||MILNP||yes||yes||yes|
|Absent without leave 4+ hours||AWOL||no||no||yes|
|Suspension 4+ hours||SUSWO||no||not paid or accrued||no|
An employee who is absent without leave (AWOL) for four (4) or more hours will continue to receive their flex credits; however, employees who utilize administrative leave (ADMIN) or council leave (CNCL) for an entire pay period will not continue to receive monthly sick and vacation accruals, they will not continue to be paid for designated holidays, and the bi-weekly flex credits will no longer be applied.