Time off requests can be completed through your MyEconnect portal by selecting the 'Time Away List' icon, then by selecting 'Request New Time Off'.
Full-time staff shall receive annual vacations with full pay.
|Years of Service||0–7||8–14||15–24||25+|
|Nonexempt||10 days||15 days||20 days||25 days|
|Exempt||20 days||20 days||20 days||25 days|
Employees may accrue unused vacation up to a maximum of 60 days or the vacation hours accrued in the last three years, whichever is less.
Upon retirement or termination, a full-time employee shall receive a pay-out of accumulated vacation days equal to the total accumulation times the current daily rate.
The time between classes serves as vacation for full-time faculty.
Full-time employees receive three paid personal days per year. These days shall be credited to the employee’s account at the beginning of each fiscal year and shall not be accumulative. Upon retirement or termination, a personal time payout will be equal to the total days accumulated paid out at the employee’s current daily wage rate.
Each full-time employee who is employed to work at least 40 hours per week earns sick leave at a rate of 1.25 days per month for a maximum of 15 days of sick leave per contract year.
Part-time employees who have earned sick leave prior to the publishing of the college’s Policy & Information Manual are grandfathered at their current rate.
Unused sick leave entitlement is cumulative to a maximum of 260 days. The Payroll Department shall be responsible for the establishment of accrued sick leave balances for employees and for the maintenance of sick leave records.
Upon retirement under either the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System or State Teachers Retirement System, the employee shall receive payment of 1/4 of the number of unused sick days to the credit of the employee at the employee’s rate of pay at time of retirement up to a maximum of 38 days. Payment shall be made to an employee only once during his/her lifetime.
An employee may use sick leave, with the approval of their supervisor, for any of the following reasons:
- 1. Personal illness, accident, injury or surgical procedure
- 2. Pregnancy and/or childbirth and related conditions
- 3. Maternity/paternity leave
- 4. Medical, dental or optical examination or treatment of the employee or a member of the immediate family
- 5. Exposure to communicable disease that could infect others
- 6. Illness, injury, accident or death of a member of the employee’s immediate family
An employee may use an additional five days of sick leave (above and beyond the three paid bereavement days) given the definition below.
Definition of immediate family member — an employee’s grandparents, father, mother, father-in-law, mother-in-law, spouse, child, grandchild, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, legal guardian or other person who stands in the place of a parent.
Employees may be required to furnish a written, signed statement justifying the use of sick leave. Falsification of such a statement is grounds for disciplinary action including dismissal.