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4.11 Annual Leave
College Hall 106
Last Revised: April 2, 2021
Refer Questions to: Executive Director, Human Resources
This policy applies to regular and extended temporary staff in all offices and divisions of Gallaudet University and the Clerc Center, unless specifically covered by collective bargaining agreements made between Gallaudet University and certified bargaining agents.
Paid annual leave provides eligible employees with time off for rest and relaxation and to conduct personal business. Eligible employees earn annual leave, beginning from the first day of employment, according to the following schedule:
AMOUNT OF ANNUAL LEAVE EARNED PER 2-WEEK PAY PERIOD
The University does not recognize prior employment at Federal or District agencies, or any other employer, in determining length of service for annual leave accrual rates. It does recognize prior regular or extended temporary employment at Gallaudet. Annual leave may not be borrowed in advance. Except in emergency situations, annual leave must be requested and approved in advance by the supervisor.
Faculty members who have not accrued annual leave and who are transferred to staff status within their division are credited with a bank account of one day of annual leave for every full year of continuous service at Gallaudet up the maximum allowable annual leave carryover limit. Prior service is not recognized when establishing the bank of annual leave.
Approved by: Gallaudet University Board of Trustees
Employees who are on paid annual leave continue to accrue leave in the usual manner. Employees do not accrue annual leave during unpaid leave.
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