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Annual leave

Your annual leave entitlement is determined by your years of continuous service with the University and is based on a 32-hour work week. You do not accumulate annual leave while receiving Long Term Disability payments or when payment of your salary has been interrupted for any reason. The length of your leave is proportionally adjusted to various schedules.

Annual leave entitlement is calculated each pay period and any increase due to seniority is adjusted as of your anniversary of employment date.

You accumulate the following annual leave:

Years of service Accumulation rate per year
12 months 100 hours
4 years 103 hours
5 years 103 hours
6 years 110 hours
7 years 117 hours
8 years 128 hours
9 years 134 hours
10 years 134 hours
14 years 135 hours
15 years 142 hours
16 years 149 hours
17 years 153 hours
18 years 160 hours
19 years 167 hours
20 years 175 hours
25 years 200 hours
26 years 200 hours
27 years 200 hours
28 years 200 hours
29 years 200 hours
30 years 200 hours
31 years 200 hours
32 years 206 hours
33 years 213 hours
34 years 220 hours
35 years 234 hours
36 years 234 hours

You may use your annual leave as it accumulates monthly.

If you have completed your probationary period, you may accumulate the equivalent of one year of annual leave plus a maximum of 10 additional days of annual leave at any one time.

If you have completed your probationary period, you may borrow up to 10 days of annual leave that you have not yet accumulated.

Each calendar year you must take at least one two-week period or two one-week periods of annual leave, unless a shorter period is approved by your supervisor.

If you become ill while on annual leave, you may not take sick leave until your scheduled period of annual leave ends. If you are hospitalized while on annual leave, you may begin sick leave on the first day you are admitted to the hospital.

Leave Management System

You must enter your leave in the FAST leave management system (on-campus access only) prior to your leave or if this is not possible, immediately upon your return to work.