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Administrative Rules


Subject: Leave Without Pay AR# 6.10.004
Based on Board Policy: F-10, Employee Leave
Recommended by Council/President: Administrative Services Council
Date Approved/Amended: 2/4/98

Work-related Disability Leave Without Pay: If an employee is disabled due to a certified work-related injury or illness and receiving Worker's Compensation benefits, the employee will be automatically placed on disability leave without pay status. An employee on disability leave will not accrue leave and may not use leave while in leave without pay status. The employee will be responsible for payment of premiums for insurance coverage until such time as the employee is able to resume work duties. If an employee becomes disabled due to an activity or illness that was not work related, the employee must be reported using one of the four other types of leave without pay status as applicable.

Educational Leave Without Pay: An employee may, with the approval of the Vice President, be granted an Educational Leave Without Pay, not to exceed two years. The employee will not accrue leave and may not use leave while in educational leave without pay status. The employee will be responsible for payment of premiums for insurance coverage until such time as the employee returns to active status.

Leave Without Pay: An employee may, with the approval of the Vice President, be granted a Leave Without Pay, due to special circumstances. Such leave shall not exceed two years. The employee will not accrue leave and may not use leave while in a leave without pay status. The employee will be responsible for payment of premiums for insurance coverage until such time as the employee returns to active status.

Family Medical Leave Act Without Pay: An employee who does not have sufficient accrued leave while on FMLA shall be placed in a Family Medical Leave Act Without Pay status. The employee shall not accrue leave and may not use leave while in a leave without pay status. The employee's insurance coverage shall remain in effect for the duration of the FMLA. The employee is responsible for any dependent insurance deductions.

Military Leave Without Pay: An employee who is drafted or otherwise called to active duty shall be granted military leave without pay for the duration of the military duty. The employee must provide the Office of Human Resources with a copy of the Official military orders. Notification of intent to return must be made within 60 days following the discharge from military service. Such leave shall not be considered a break in service; however, no leave shall accrue and the employee will be responsible for payment of group health premiums.

 


President Richard W. Fonté Date 2/8/98