§ 6.20.025. Transition from full-pay sick leave provisions in effect prior to March 1, 1993.  


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  • A.

    For employees with a continuous service date of July 1, 1986, or later, whose sick leave earnings are credited to them at the beginning of each month based on active service in the preceding month, the last such crediting shall be given on March 1, 1993. On that day, the accrual by pay period as set forth in Section 6.20.020A begins for these employees, and employees will be credited with such additional sick leave, if any, they would have received based on the application of the relevant Sick-Leave Accrual Rate to qualifying hours as if the accrual began on January 1, 1993.

    B.

    For employees with a continuous service date earlier than July 1, 1986, who receive sick leave earnings in advance at the beginning of each year, the last such crediting shall be given on January 1, 1993. On January 1, 1994, the accrual by pay period as set forth in Section 6.20.020A begins for these employees. In addition, on January 1, 1994, each of these employees shall be granted a number of hours of special full-pay sick leave on a one-time-only basis. The number of hours to be granted shall be equal to the Sick Leave Maximum Hours approved for the employee's class pursuant to subsections B or C of Section 6.20.020 as of January 1, 1994. The special sick leave granted on January 1, 1994 pursuant to this section is usage-only sick leave, and any of it which remains unused when the employee terminates county service shall not be eligible for payment pursuant to Section 6.20.030B. Further, this special sick leave may not be used until all other 100 percent Current Sick Leave, and all 100 percent Carryover Sick Leave, other than that accumulated prior to January 1, 1971, has been exhausted.

(Ord. 93-0019 § 27, 1993.)