|Approved on August 6, 2008||Signatures and dates
on archival copy
|30 days after approval|
|Linda L. Lonsinger|
Interim Associate Vice President for Finance and Administration for Human Resources
Executive Vice President and Provost
|Roderick J. McDavis|
Date of Approval
|February 27, 2005|
|Years of Service||Annual Vacation||Accrual Rate|
(in active pay status)
|less than 1 year||*||3.1 hrs./80 hrs.||80 hrs.|
|after 1 year service||80 hrs. (10) days||3.1 hrs./80 hrs.||240 hrs.|
|after 5 years service||120 hrs. (15) days||4.6 hrs./80 hrs.||360 hrs.|
|after 10 years service||160 hrs. (20) days||6.2 hrs./80 hrs.||480 hrs.|
|after 20 years service||200 hrs. (25) days||7.7 hrs./80 hrs.||600 hrs.|
* Employees accrue vacation immediately, but may use their accumulated vacation only after their initial probationary period.
Eligible part-time employees shall earn and accrue vacation as of the effective date of this policy at the rates and with the same maximum accrual shown above.
Vacation accrual is credited proportionately to the hours paid each bi-weekly pay period. No credit is given for compensable hours over eighty in a bi-weeky pay period. Vacation is not earned while an employee is on an authorized unpaid leave of absence or layoff. Vacation may be accumulated up to the maximum which is earned in three (3) years, and is not credited beyond the maximum accrual. The number of hours of vacation leave earned, used, and paid each pay period shall appear on the employee's bi-weekly earnings statement. In addition, the employee's vacation tenure (creditable State service) and current balance will also be reflected on the employee's bi-weekly earnings statement.
Vacation schedules should be arranged in accordance with the operational needs of the department. No request for vacation leave which is properly requested in advance should be denied except when the approval of the leave would cause inadequate staffing levels in the department. A department head may limit the length of a single vacation leave to an employee's annual accumulation if a request for extended leave will cause a disruption of operations or staffing problems. It may be necessary at certain times to postpone a scheduled vacation due to department work requirements, but these instances should be held to a minimum through careful scheduling.
|Dick Piccard revised this file (http://www.ohio.edu/policy/s41-000.html) on December 3, 2012.|