Maximum Accrual. Vacation credit may be accumulated to a maximum that can be earned in four (4) years. Further accumulation will not continue when the maximum is reached. When an employee’s vacation reaches the maximum level, and if the employee has been denied vacation during the twelve (12) months, the employee will be paid for the time denied but no more than eighty (80) hours in a pay period. Annual Rate of Vacation Accumulation Maximum 80 hours 320 hours 120 hours 480 hours 160 hours 640 hours 180 hours 720 hours 200 hours 800 hours 240 hours 960 hours
Maximum Accrual. Vacation credit may be accumulated to a maximum that can be earned in three (3) years. Further accumulation will not continue when the maximum is reached. Annual Rate of Vacation Accumulation Maximum 80 hours 240 hours 120 hours 360 hours 160 hours 480 hours 180 hours 540 hours 200 hours 600 hours 240 hours 720 hours
Maximum Accrual. Vacation leave shall be accumulated to a maximum limit of 384 hours. As of the first payroll following Board adoption, vacation will not accrue above 384 hours. Any employee who has accumulated vacation leave in excess of the maximum accrual will no longer accrue vacation leave until such time the vacation leave is below the maximum limit. The Department Head and employee shall, while considering the needs of the department, schedule sufficient vacation to avoid the employee reaching the maximum accrual. Should the employee fail to request time off, the Department Head may schedule the vacation to the extent necessary to ensure the employee does not reach the maximum accrual. If an employee is over the maximum vacation accrual on the pay period following Board adoption, the employee will have 6 months to reduce the remaining vacation balance to the maximum accrual. If the employee is unable to reduce their vacation balance to the maximum accrual due to operational needs of the County, the employee shall be paid for that amount of excess vacation leave at the employee’s current rate of pay no later than 2 pay periods following the 6 month period.
Maximum Accrual. Nurses are expected to use at least eighty (80) hours of PTO per year. It is also recommended that nurses reserve at least fifty-six (56) hours of PTO to cover emergencies. Except as provided below, nurses may not accrue more than one times their annual PTO accrual level at any given time. Hours in excess of one year’s accrual shall be removed from the nurse’s account.
Maximum Accrual. No employee shall be allowed to accrue more than one and one-half (1.5) times his or her annual accrual of vacation, except when the inability to use accrued vacation is dictated by District requirements or when the District approves an employee’s plan for a specific, exceptional use of a greater amount of vacation days in the subsequent year. Specifically, if an employee has accrued one and one-half (1.5) times his or her annual accrual of vacation, such employee will have no additional vacation credited to his or her account until such time as his or her vacation account is reduced to less than one and one-half (1.5) times the annual accrual amount.
Maximum Accrual. The maximum amount of sick leave that may be accrued is nine hundred (900) hours. Payment for unused sick leave days earned during the current year in excess of 900 hours shall be at the rate of one hundred percent (100%) of the regular daily rate of pay in effect on December 31st of that year.