Employee Leave Information

Annual Leave

Regular full-time non-exempt employees earn per year as follows:

  • 0-5 years = 1 day per month
  • 6-10 years = 1.5 days per month
  • 11-20 years = 1.75 days per month
  • 21+ years = 2 days per month

Regular full-time non-exempt employees have a maximum carry over per calendar year as follows:

  • 0-5 years = 240 hours
  • 6-10 years = 288 hours
  • 11-20 years = 312 hours
  • 21+ years = 336 hours

Regular full-time exempt employees and faculty earn 2 days a month with max carry over of 336 hrs ( 42 days) per calendar year.

See Also » HR0305 Annual Leave (Vacation) Policy (UT System)

Sick Leave

Employees who are regular full-time and regular part-time earn sick leave.

  • Exempt - 8 hours sick leave per month, and a pro-rated share based on percent of effort for part-time employees.
  • Non-Exempt - 8 hours sick leave per month, and a pro-rated share based on percent of effort for part-time employees.

See Also » HR0380 Sick Leave Policy (UT System)

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Bereavement Leave

An employee who is absent during a regularly scheduled work week due to the death of a spouse, child or step-child, or parent or step-parent, may receive payment for reasonable and customary days absent, not to exceed five regularly scheduled work days for bereavement in conjunction with attending the funeral.

An employee who is absent for funeral and bereavement during a regularly scheduled work week due to the death of a grandparent, grandchild, parent-in-law, foster parent, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, daughter-in-law, or son-in-law may receive payment for reasonable and customary days absent, not to exceed three regularly scheduled work days.

See Also » HR0340 Funeral and Bereavement Leave Policy (UT System)

Personal Leave

Regular full-time non-exempt employees or part-time are eligible to receive one personal leave day per year.

The personal leave day can be taken after the six (6) months probationary period has been completed.

The personal leave day must be used within the calendar year in which it was granted.

See Also » HR0373 Personal Leave Policy (UT System)