Accrued Leave definition

Accrued Leave means vacation, sick leave, compensatory time off and all other types of authorized leave with pay.
Accrued Leave means the uncleared leave that an employee is entitled to from a previous accrual period.
Accrued Leave means, with respect to those Transferred Employees covered by the IBEW Collective Bargaining Agreement, accrued leave (i.e., annual leave, cashable sick leave and the like) in accordance with ML&P’s current policies and agreements.

Examples of Accrued Leave in a sentence

  • Accrued Leave: Earned and unused annual, holiday, sick, and personal leave.

  • In making the election, the District will consider several established factors including the retiring employee's access to other health insurance coverage, the value of the retiring employee's Accrued Leave and the ability of the retiring employee to demonstrate the need for coverage.

  • Accrued Leave Pay Liabilities for annual leave are recognised as they accrue to employees.

  • By adopting the Plan, the District intends to provide flexibility in converting the Accrued Leave to a dollar value.

  • The purpose of the Plan is to enable the District to provide eligible retiring employees the value of their accrued leave ("Accrued Leave") to the District's supplemental retirement benefit plan named The PRIME Choice Plan either though the District’s 403(b) plan (the 403(b) "Plan") or the District's Post Retirement Incurred Medical Expense Plan and Trust (the "Prime Plan").

More Definitions of Accrued Leave

Accrued Leave means, with respect to any and all Transferred Employees, accrued leave (i.e., annual leave, cashable sick leave and the like, but excluding in all cases non-cashable sick leave and non-cashable annual leave (as such terms are used in Chapter 3.30 of Title 3 of the Asset Purchase and Sale Agreement dated as of December 28, 2018 between Municipality of Anchorage and Chugach Electric Association, Inc. Anchorage, Alaska, Code of Ordinances)) in accordance with ML&P’s current policies and agreements.
Accrued Leave means the leave earned by an Employee during the current leave year that is unused at any given time in that year.
Accrued Leave system as administered by the employer may not accurately reflect an employee’s actual leave balance in the event the employee separates from the company. Since the employer’s current leave policy is potentially problematic to the employer and employees alike, NATCA and RVA have bargained in good faith, to change all NATCA Bargaining Unit Members to a vested leave system, if and when, other air traffic employees are changed to this system. This MOU puts that agreement into writing. Implementation: The carry-over and vested vacation/leave methodology will be changed simultaneously for all personnel represented by NATCA in accordance with procedures contained herein; if and when RVA changes the vacation methodology for RVA non- union air traffic employees. Procedures: Employees are not eligible for vacation leave during the employee’s first full year of employment. An employee’s anniversary date (and each subsequent anniversary date of employment thereafter) is the reference point for vesting of vacation eligibility. Vacation leave is not vested until an employee reaches their next anniversary date. Vested vacation leave will not be posted on the Statement of Earnings and Deductions (SED) until the pay period following the employee’s anniversary date. Employees may annually carry over a total balance of up to 120 hours of vacation leave, unless the employee is entitled, in accordance with Article 34, Section 1.c, to accrue four weeks of vacation leave per year, in which case the limit shall be the same as the accrual. During the pay period immediately following each employee’s annual anniversary date of employment, any vested vacation leave in excess of 120 hours will be cashed out and paid to the employee. Employees with a leave balance in excess of 120 hours when this MOU is executed will have up to twelve (12) months to use the excess hours (more than 120) of vacation leave. An employee shall have the option to allot excess benefit monies for the purpose of creating a leave bank for use in case of illness or other purposes. This bank shall not exceed 120 hours. Each employee, on his/her anniversary date, will transition into the vested leave program. Until that anniversary date, the current accrued system will remain in effect for individual employees. Once both parties to this agreement sign this MOU, the bargaining unit shall be given 30 days written notice prior to implementation of these procedures.
Accrued Leave has the meaning set forth in Section 6.02(b).
Accrued Leave. For purposes of this Protocol, Accrued Leave includes Annual Leave, Discretionary Leave, Compensatory Time, and Floating Holiday, and Hourly Earned Sick Leave (for non-benefitted employees). Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) Emergency Paid Sick Leave: The FFCRA provides employees with up to two workweeks of paid sick leave (up to 80 hours for a full-time employee) for qualifying reasons related to COVID-19. FFCRA paid sick leave is capped at 80 hours regardless of scheduled work hours. A part-time employee is entitled to a prorated number of leave hours based on the employee’s average number of scheduled work hours in a two-week period. Scenario-Based Notification, Teleworking, and Leave Usage Protocol
Accrued Leave is the annual leave or personal leave an employee is entitled to from a previous calendar year.
Accrued Leave means annual leave that is for the current and incomplete year of service.