Leave benefits

13 Aug 2019 7:52 AM | Alisol Martinez (Administrator)

We are interested in the leave benefits offered at your college:

  • How many paid holidays does your college provide to your staff and faculty?
  • Do you give paid parental leave (in conjunction with FMLA), if so, how many weeks or days do you provide?
  • Do you provide any additional paid leave or benefits towards caregiver leave (besides FMLA)?
  • How many days to you give your employees for paid bereavement leave?

Thank you in advance for your feedback. 












  • 7 Oct 2019 9:31 AM | Toni Jones
    SICK LEAVE: Sick leave is earned and may accumulate up to 60 days (480 hours) for full-time employees on the basis of one day of sick leave earned for each month of service.
    Sick leave can be used for care of immediate family. The term immediate family includes the following:
    2.Son or daughter, including a biological, adopted, or foster child, a son or daughter-in-law, a stepchild, a legal ward, or a child for whom the employee stands in loco parentis.
    3.Parent, stepparent, parent-in-law, or other individual who stands in loco parentis to the employee.
    4.Sibling, step sibling, sibling-in-law.
    5.Grandparent and grandchild.
    6.Any person in the employee's household at the time of illness or death.

    BEREAVEMENT: Any employee who is absent because of the death of a member of his/her immediate family, which shall also include aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, or other person who occupies a position of similar significance in the family for this purpose, shall be granted a reasonable amount of accumulated sick leave. (*This definition of family is for the purpose of Bereavement only. The definition of immediate family continues to be in effect for Sick Leave.) However, the amount of sick leave in this category must not exceed five working days.
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