100% FTE Position
If you are absent from work because of death in your family, you are allowed off work with full pay on the following basis:
|Family Member||Employee's||Employee's Partner's|
|Partner||up to 40 hours||N/A|
|Parent (including stepparent, guardian, or foster parent||up to 40 hours||up to 40 hours|
|Brother or sister (including half-brother or half-sister)||up to 40 hours||up to 8 hours|
|Partners of brother or sister||up to 8 hours||up to 8 hours|
|Child or stepchild||up to 40 hours||up to 40 hours|
|Partner of child or stepchild||up to 40 hours||up to 40 hours|
|Grandchild||up to 40 hours||up to 40 hours|
|Grandparent||up to 8 hours||up to 8 hours|
|Aunt or uncle||up to 8 hours||up to 8 hours|
|Partners of aunts and uncles||up to 8 hours||up to 8 hours|
|Nephew or niece||up to 8 hours||up to 8 hours|
If you take any additional time off, you will need to charge it to vacation time or, at your option, take a payroll deduction.
For more information see Policy HR 34: Other Paid Time Off, Staff Employees
HR-88 Position (Annual FTE of 75% or more)
To calculate the amount of paid time off available to you, multiply the amount of paid time off specified by your annual FTE.
Policies affecting employees represented by a union are found in the appropriate Agreements.
If you are in a full-time academic appointment, you do not have defined funeral leave – the amount of paid time off is determined by your college.