Administrative leave counts as hours of pay, but does not count as hours of work for overtime purposes. administrative leave includes the following: bereavement, jury duty, court appearances, emergency closing, emergency response, administrative action (investigation/discipline), military training (not active duty), voting, and volunteer service.
Military Active Duty - Employees who are members of the U.S. Armed Forces Reserve, shall, upon presentation of a copy of the employee's official orders issued pursuant to the authority of Title 10 or Title 32, U.S. Code, be granted leave during the period in which the employee is ordered to active duty or active duty for training.
An employee may, upon request, be granted leave without pay for a period not to exceed 12 calendar months unless the granting of such leave is inconsistent with the best interests of the University.
Employees of the university are covered by Workers' Compensation for job-related injuries. A non-OPS employee who has been certified as unable to work by the workers' compensation physician shall remain in full pay status for a period up to a maximum of 40 hours without being required to use accrued leave. All injuries are to be reported to the supervisor, and an Employee Report of Injury must be submitted to the Office of Human Resources immediately.
Florida law requires the University to allow employees to take three (3) working days of leave within a 12-month period if the employee or a family or household member is the victim of domestic violence and if the leave is sought for specific reasons related to the domestic violence. This policy covers faculty, staff, and Other Personal Services (OPS) employees who have been employed for at least three (3) months. (Click on heading to link for more details)
For more information regarding these types of leave please visit the related links or call Jeff Comeau at 474-2610.