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Paid Time Off/Holidays

Vacation

Vacation is available for all benefit eligible employees.  Vacation is accrued per pay period and can be used as soon as it is accrued.  Vacation does carry over from year to year.  The maximum vacation balance allowed is what can be accrued during a two year period.  Bargaining unit accruals are explained in the bargaining unit contract.  For more specific information, please refer to your employee handbook or bargaining unit contract.


Sick Leave

Sick leave is available for all benefit eligible employees hired on or after July 1, 2000 or non-exempt benefit eligible employees hired prior to July 1, 2000.  Sick leave is accrued per pay period and can be used as soon as it is accrued.  Sick leave does carry over from year to year.  The maximum sick leave balance allowed is 90 days for those hired on or after July 1, 2000 or 120 days for those hired prior to this date.  Bargaining unit accruals are explained in the bargaining unit contract.  For more specific information, please refer to your employee handbook or bargaining unit contract .


Salary Continuation

An eligible exempt staff member hired prior to July 1, 2000 or a full time faculty member may receive up to six months of salary continuation when on an approved medical leave of absence.  For additional information, please refer to the exempt employee handbook.


Family and Medical Leave

The University of Dayton recognizes that an employee may need time away from work because of certain major life events, such as becoming a parent, experiencing a serious health condition that causes incapacity or requires continuing treatment, caring for a family member who has a serious health condition or a service member with a serious injury or illness or needing time with a family member called up for or on active duty in the Armed Forces.  To balance these needs with the University's need to have employees available for work, the University of Dayton has established a policy in accordance with the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA).  The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) is a federal law that helps employees balance work responsibilities with family and medical needs.  For the complete policy, please refer to the appropriate Benefits and Leave of Absence Handbook under the Leave of Absence Policies section.


Holidays

The University observes 15 holidays each year. The office of human resources, after reviewing the academic calendar, publishes the approved holidays prior to the beginning of each fiscal year.  Please refer to the bargaining unit contract for the holidays applicable to this group of employees.

2013-2014

2013-2014 Holiday Schedule (pdf)

2013-2014 Holiday Schedule including Government Dates (pdf)

2014-2015

2014-2015 Holiday Schedule (pdf)

2014-2015 Holiday Schedule including Government Dates (pdf)