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NDSU Policy 130: Annual Leave

Annual leave with pay is portioned as follows:

For 12-month faculty, leave is earned at a rate of 16 hours per month (or 24 days per year). For faculty working less than full-time, leave will be pro-rated.

For full-time, benefited staff, leave is earned as follows:

  • Years 1-3: equivalent of 12 days per year.
  • Years 4-7: equivalent of 15 days per year.
  • Years 8-12: equivalent of 18 days per year.
  • Years 13-18: equivalent of 21 days per year.
  • Over 18 years: equivalent of 24 days per year.

 


 

NDSU Policy 135: Family Medical Leave - Uncompensated

Family leave is an unpaid leave of absence available to all eligible employees for the birth, adoption, or foster placement of a child; or for the serious health condition of the employee, the employee's parent, child or spouse. Consistent with applicable law and upon notice to the employee by the employing entity or election by the employee, family leave may be concurrent with paid sick or annual leave.

 


 

NDSU Policy 143: Sick/Dependent Leave

Sick leave is a benefit granted by the University to eligible employees and is not a benefit considered to be earned by the employee such as annual leave. Sick leave may be used by the employee when:

  • The employee is ill or injured and is unable to work.
  • The employee has an appointment for the diagnosis or treatment of a medically related condition.
  • The employee wishes to attend to the needs of an eligible family member who is ill or to assist them in obtaining other services related to their health or well-being. Eligible family members include the employee's spouse, parent (natural, adoptive, foster, and step-parent), child (natural, adoptive, foster, and step-child); or any other family member who is financially or legally dependent upon the employee or who resides with the employee for the purpose of the employee providing care to the family member.

 


 

NDSU Policy 146: Military Leave

A University employee who is in the National Guard or Armed Forces Reserve and is ordered to active duty shall be granted military leave annually in accordance with the North Dakota Century Code 37-01-25 and 37-01-25.1.

 


 

NDSU Policy 147: Leave Sharing Program

All non-temporary, non-probationary employees with over six months of continuous service with the State are eligible to receive shared leave.

Employees may donate the following types of leave to other state employees pursuant to policy procedures:

Annual Leave Donation

  • The receiving employee has exhausted or will exhaust all annual leave, applicable sick leave, and compensatory time off due to an illness, injury, impairment, or physical or mental condition, that is of an extraordinary or severe nature, and involves the employee, a relative of the employee,or household member of the employee. "Relative of the employee" is limited to the spouse, child, stepchild, grandchild, grandparent, stepparent, or parent of the employee.
  • The condition has caused, or is likely to cause, the receiving employee to go on leave without pay or terminate employment.
  • The donating employee donates leave in full hour increments and retains a leave balance of at least forty hours.

Sick Leave Donation

  • The receiving employee has exhausted, or will exhaust, all annual leave, sick leave and compensatory leave due to an illness, injury, impairment, or physical or mental condition, that is of an extraordinary or severe nature.
  • The condition has caused, or is likely to cause, the receiving employee to go on leave without pay or terminate employment.
  • The employee may not donate more than five percent of the employee's accrued leave hours, and all leave must be donated in full hour increments.

 


 

NDSU Policy 313: Annual Leave and Sick Policy

Annual Leave:

  • All 12-month faculty shall be entitled to annual leave at the rate of 16 hours per month, 24 days per year.
  • Leave benefits are not granted to faculty on an academic year (9 or 10 month contract).

Sick Leave:

  • Sick leave for full-time 12-month faculty accrues on the basis of one working day per month of service. Sick leave accumulation is unlimited.
  • Faculty on an academic year appointment are not entitled to sick leave within this definition.

 

 

 


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Last Updated: Friday, June 12, 2009