Leave Time

Each of us needs time away from work to take care of a variety of personal and family needs. UNE offers a rich variety of leave time to attend to these situations while maintaining standards for the University. While this section outlines many of UNE’s leave options, the Personnel Handbook and Human Resources can answer more detailed questions that you may have about your particular situation.

Vacation

UNE faculty and staff are dedicated to what they do, but they also value their time away with family, friends, members of their community or just to kick back and relax. Our vacation options vary depending on your employment status with the University.

Full-Time Faculty/Administrative/Professional Personnel

12-month positions

If you are working full-time for 12 months per fiscal year in a salaried faculty, administrative or professional position, you will receive 160 hours per year. Vacation time is front loaded for maximum flexibility; but is considered earned time and is earned for every full month completed. Individuals not completing a full fiscal year will be prorated for each full month worked.

9 or 10-month Administrative & Professional positions

If you are working full-time in a salaried administrative or professional position, you will receive a prorated amount for the number of full months you are scheduled to work during a full year. Vacation time is front loaded and considered earned time at the same monthly rate as other 12-month Administrative and Professional personnel.  9 and 10-month administrative and professional personnel are expected to work regular hours during student holidays and other periods.

Full-Time Hourly Personnel

12-month positions

If you are working full-time in an hourly position, you will begin receiving vacation time at the rate of 10 days per year for your first 3 years. In years 4 and 5 you will earn 15 days per year and after 5 years you will earn 20 days per year. Vacation time is front loaded for maximum flexibility and is considered earned time. Individuals not completing a full fiscal year will be prorated for each full month worked.

9 or 10-month positions

If you are working full-time in an hourly position, you will receive a pro-rated amount for the number of full months you are scheduled to work during a full year. Vacation time is front loaded and considered earned time at the same monthly rate as individuals with similar years of service in 12-month hourly positions.

Half-Time Faculty/Administrative/Professional Personnel

If you are working half-time in a faculty, administrative or professional role, you will earn vacation time at half the rate of your full-time counterparts

Half-Time Hourly Personnel

If you are working half-time in a hourly position, you will earn vacation time at half the rate of your full-time counterparts.


Sick Leave

From time to time it becomes necessary to miss work because of your own illness or injury, to attend scheduled medical or dental procedures and check-ups, or to care for your sick child, spouse, domestic partner or parent. Full-time and half-time faculty and staff are provided sick leave to attend to these situations and protect you from income loss. See the Personnel Handbook or talk to your Human Resources representative for full details.

Holiday Schedule

The University typically offers 10 designated holidays, 2 floating holidays and 1 personal day for full-time and half-time faculty and staff. More details may be seen in the Holiday schedule.

Schedule

 


Disability/Family Medical Leave (FMLA)

In the case of birth or adoption of children, longer term illnesses and injuries to yourself or to care for certain family members, the University offers disability and or Family Medical Leave (FMLA) which may be paid or unpaid leave time. You should review the Personnel Handbook and work with Human Resources when these situations arise so that you understand the full range of benefits. You may also consult the Employee’s Guide to The Family Medical Leave Act.

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Other

You may have other situations that aren’t covered by the leave time types describe here. The Personnel Handbook has descriptions of other types of leave that may be relevant. You may also contact your Human Resources representative with any questions you may have about other types of leave time.