Employees Represented by Local 615
You can accumulate up to six weeks of vacation time. The chart below lists accrual details.
|Employees Hired Prior to November 1, 1996||Accrued Vacation
|First 3 months of service||0||0|
|After 3 months through 48 months of service||10||5/6|
|After 48 months through 108 months of service||15||1¼|
|After 108 months of service||20||1 2/3|
The above accrual rates are based on a 12-month schedule and a 40-hour workweek. Accrual will be prorated for a short working year.
|Employees Hired On or After November 1, 1996||Accrued Vacation
|First 6 months of service||0||0|
|After 6 months of service through 24 months of service||5||5/12|
|After 24 months of service through 60 months of service||10||5/6|
|After 60 months of service through 120 months of service||15||1 ¼|
|After 120 months of service||20||1 2/3|
The above accrual rates are based on a 12-month schedule and a 40-hour work week. Accrual will be prorated for a short working year.
Sick Leave allows you to take an authorized paid absence from work for medical care or personal illness or injury.
|Date of Hire||Number of Sick Days|
|Prior to November 1, 1996||1 day per full month of service|
|On or after November 1, 1996||First two years of service: ½ day per full month of service
After two years of service: 1 day per full month of service
Please note that if you work a short working year (less than 52 weeks), your sick leave is on a pro rata basis.
Additional Sick Leave Details:
If accrued sick days for a calendar year are still unused at the end of the calendar year, the employee will be credited additional sick time as follows:
|Yearly Sick Leave Remaining||Additional Sick Leave Accrual|
An employee with five years or more of continuous service who has exhausted his/her sick leave may request sick leave at one-half of his/her basic weekly pay at the rate of one week for each year of continuous service in excess of five years, but this additional sick leave shall not exceed seven weeks. Further, this additional sick leave can only be utilized once during employment at Boston University.