ECP- Executive Compensation
Employees in the Executive Compensation Plan earn 25 workdays per year of annual leave. The annual leave year runs from September 1–August 31. You may accrue up to 50 days of annual leave. At the end of the annual leave year, any annual leave accumulations above the 50 day cap will be removed from the record and thereafter may not be used. There is no compensation for unused annual leave in excess of 50 days in the event of discontinuance, resignation, or retirement. Exceptions to this policy will be made only when a senior executive requires an employee to forego all or part of his or her annual leave because of extraordinary circumstances.
Each year, you will earn 20 calendar days of temporary disability leave exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and authorized holidays and recesses. The unused portions of temporary disability leave can be accumulated to a maximum of 160 calendar days. Sick leave is earned only after a full month of service and no accruals are granted for service of less than a calendar month.
There are 4 unscheduled holidays (personal days) during the period September 1–August 31 of each year. Unscheduled holidays may not be carried over to the next year.
An employee may be excused without charge for a period of 4 days when a death occurs among members of the employee's immediate family, as provided in the applicable Leave Regulations. When the death in an employee's immediate family occurs while the employee is on annual leave or sick leave such time as is excusable for death in the family shall not be charged annual leave or sick leave.
Immediate family shall be defined as spouse; natural, foster, or step parent; grand child; mother-in-law; father-in-law; natural, foster, or step brother; natural, foster, or step sister, natural, foster, or step child or any relative residing in the same household and effective January 1, 2004, the Domestic Partner of the employee and a child or parent of the Domestic Partner or any other relative of the Domestic Partner living in the same household.
Last modified: Oct 13, 2011