All compensatory leave, holiday compensatory leave, vacation
leave (up to maximum accumulation) and sick leave (amount that
is allowable according to balances and years of service) will
be paid to employee.
Employee should notify Benefits when they are ready to retire.
A PER-39 (pdf) must be submitted to Human Resources
to take them off the payroll, along with a letter of retirement, PER-16 (pdf), or PER-37 (pdf).
Annual leave is paid up to the maximum accumulation on employees
who are resigning. Employees transferring to another agency will
only be paid for any compensatory time they may have. Annual
leave and sick leave should transfer to new agency.
If length of service is less than 5 years the maximum accumulation
is 144 hours, 5 years less than 10 the maximum accumulation is
176 hours, 10 years less than 15 the maximum accumulation is
208 and 15 years or more the maximum accumulation is 240.
Sick leave is paid out on retirements only and the amount allowable
is based on years of service and hours accumulated.
If at time of retirement, employee has 8 years of service and
at least 800 hours of sick leave payout will be paid for 30 days
or 240 hours, if 15 years of service and at least 1000 hours
of sick leave payout will be 45 days or 360 hours, if 25 or more
years of service and at least 1200 hours of sick leave payout
will be 60 days or 480 hours.