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Annual Leave: Earned Annual Leave may be used for different reasons, the most common being vacation. All eligible employees accrue Annual Leave at a fixed rate, based on position and years of service. Exempt employees earn 22 days per year. A maximum of 50 days may be carried over to the next calendar year (fiscal year for Contingent II employees).
Annual leave for fulltime non-exempt staff employees will be earned according to the following schedule:
|Beginning with:||Days Annually||Hours Annually||Hours per Pay Period|
|The start of employment through the completion of the 1st year||11||88||3.38|
|The 2nd year through the completion of the 2nd year||12||96||3.69|
|The 3rd year through the completion of the 3rd year||13||104||4.00|
|The 4th year through the completion of the 4th year||14||112||4.31|
|The 5th year through the completion of the 10th year||15||120||4.62|
|The 11th year through the completion of the 20th year||20||160||6.15|
|The 21st year and thereafter||25||200||7.69|
Eligible part-time employees who are employed on at least 50 percent of a full-time basis earn prorated annual leave.
Sick Leave: All regular employees, regardless of job title, accrue Sick Leave at the rate of 1.25 days per month of work. Nonexempts as well as exempt, earn 15 days each year. Sick Leave accumulation is unlimited. Eligible part-time employees who are employed on at least 50 percent of a full-time basis earn prorated sick leave.
Bereavement Leave: One to five days of earned Sick Leave may be used to cover an employee's absence when there is a death in the family. The exact amount permitted depends on the employee's relationship to the deceased and whether overnight travel is involved.
Pregnancy-related disabilities, childbirth, adoption: Up to thirty days of accrued Sick Leave may be used to care for a child immediately following the birth of a child or placement of the child with the employee for adoption.
Family Illness Leave: Earned Sick Leave may also be used for the purpose of providing care for sick family members.
Personal Leave: Eligible employees receive three (3) days or 24 hours of Personal Leave per calendar year (contract year for Contingent II employees). Eligible part-time employees who are employed on at least 50 percent of a full-time basis earn prorated personal leave. Earned Personal Leave may not be carried forward. If not taken by the end of the calendar year, or by the end of the first pay period in July for Contingent II employees, unused Personal Leave is forfeited.
Holidays: Eligible employees earn 14 (15 in an election year) paid holidays per calendar/contract year. All unused holidays must be taken by the end of the first pay period ending in January of the following year for PIN employees. Contingent II employees must use all their earned holidays by the first pay period ending in July. Eligible part-time employees who are employed on at least 50 percent of a full-time basis earn prorated holiday leave.
Military Leave: Statute affords members of Military Reserve or National Guard units a benefit of 15 Military Leave days per year to attend active duty training.
.: Equal Opportunity Statement :.
Salisbury University has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and equal employment and educational opportunities for its faculty, staff and students. To that end, the University prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or other legally protected characteristics. The University adheres to the EEO/AA policies set forth by federal and Maryland laws. Direct all inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policy to: Humberto Aristizabal, Associate Vice President of Institutional Equity, Title IX Coordinator, Room 100 Holloway Hall, 1101 Camden Ave. Salisbury, MD 21801; Tel. 410-543-6426.