No. If the employee is able to perform any type of light duty work or work on a reduced schedule, the employee is not eligible for CTL.
Yes. The Arizona Board of Regents mandates that employees must be off work for no less than 45 consecutive calendar days to be eligible to receive Compassionate Transfer of Leave contributions.
Hours will reflect in your sick leave balance within 2 pay periods. It takes 1 pay period to withdraw donated hours from the contributor's balance and 1 pay period to deposit donated hours into the recipient's account.
No. If you know in advance that your doctor is requiring you to be off work more than 45 consecutive calendar days and you will not have enough accrued vacation, sick, and compensatory time to pay you through your extended leave, then you may request Compassionate Transfer of Leave contributions at any time during your leave.
Yes. You are eligible to use Compassionate Transfer of Leave time on an intermittent basis if you are the primary caregiver for someone who is unable to perform all of the essential duties of their job and who must be off work for an extended period of no less than 45 consecutive calendar days.
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