Leave Allowance. As authorized by Education Code 88192, the District provides a total of up to sixty (60) days of full pay leave for each industrial accident or illness commencing on the first (1st) day of absence. For the purposes of this Article, a full day of leave is equivalent to the unit member’s usual workday. When an Industrial Accident or Illness Leave overlaps into the next fiscal year, the unit member shall be entitled to only the amount of unused leave due him/her for the same illness/injury, but in no event shall the leave exceed sixty
Leave Allowance. (Continued) The leave allowance will be reduced by one day for each day of authorized absence regardless of the amount or method of compensation. All absences or leaves related to Industrial Accidents shall run concurrently with any time eligible to the employee under the Family Medical Leave Act. In the event that an absence has not been approved as a valid Industrial Accident or Illness leave when the payroll for the employee is being computed, the employee’s normal sick leave balance will be charged for any absences which have been supported by a physician’s written statements. Upon subsequent notification that the absence has been accepted as an Industrial Accident or Illness Leave the regular sick leave balance will then be adjusted to its previous balance. The District or its representative shall comply with legal notification requirements (currently ninety  days) for notifying employees of acceptance or rejection of a claim.
Leave Allowance. 10-01 Each permanent employee shall be credited the Sick Leave Accumulation days as set out in their sick leave bank with no restrictions on maximum credits.
Leave Allowance a) An employee who agrees to return to work for a period of at least six (6) months and who provides the Employer with proof that she has applied for and is eligible to receive employment insurance benefits pursuant to the Employment Insurance Act, shall be paid a maternity leave allowance in accordance with the Supplementary Employment Benefit Plan as follows: where an employee is subject to a waiting period of two (2) weeks before receiving employment insurance maternity benefits, an allowance of percent (93%) of her weekly rate of pay; and up to fifteen (15) weeks, payment equivalent to the difference between the El benefits and percent (93%) of her weekly rate of pay less any other monies earned during this period which may result in a decrease in El benefits to which the employee would otherwise have been eligible if no extra monies had been earned during this period; for a full-time employee the weekly rate of pay referred to shall be the weekly rate of pay to which she is entitled on the day immediately preceding the commencement of the maternity leave; For a part-time employee the weekly rate of pay shall be the full- time weekly rate of pay multiplied by the fraction obtained by dividing the employee's assigned hours of work averaged over the last six (6) month period of continuous employment by the regularly scheduled full-time hours of work: Where an employee becomes eligible for an annual increment or economic adjustment during the period of leave, payments of the allowance shall be adjusted accordingly;
Leave Allowance. A. At the beginning of each school year each teacher employed half time or more will be granted a leave allowance the hourly equivalent of twelve (12) days, prorated to the FTE portion of the teacher’s individual contract, for absences without deduction from pay during such school year. A teacher may use the hourly equivalent of fifteen (15) days the first year, but only a maximum of the hourly equivalent of twenty-four (24) days will be allocated the first two years of employment. Such leave allowance may only be used under the terms and conditions set forth in this Article. All sick leave, bereavement leave, and personal leave will be charged against the teacher’s leave allowance, except as provided in Section 4A, Article VIII, below. All leave allowance shall be based on a teacher’s current workday.
Leave Allowance. One (1) day per month (or major fraction thereof) of employment, accumulating without limit, shall be allowed each APA for leave. The leave may be used as follows:
Leave Allowance. After 85 duty days of continuous employment as a long-term substitute teacher, the long-term substitute teacher becomes eligible for future basic leave for personal illness at the rate of one working day per month of employment. Any long-term substitute teacher who has been absent may be required to present a statement from a physician verifying the illness and certifying that the long-term substitute teacher has recovered sufficiently to return to normal duties.
Leave Allowance. Twelve (12) month employees shall be allowed four (4) days absence and ten (l0) month employees shall be allowed three (3) days absence annually with full pay, for personal reasons, which shall be prorated, one (1) day for every three (3) months, during the employee’s first year of employment.
Leave Allowance. A. At the beginning of each school year each teacher employed half time or more will be granted a leave allowance the hourly equivalent of nine (9) days, prorated to the FTE portion of the teacher’s individual contract, for absences without deduction from pay during such school year.