Non Union Vacation - Town of Clinton

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Vacation Leave 

 

5.2.1 Application 

All full-time and part-time employees of the town of Clinton.

 

Accrual of Vacation 

 

Vacation leave shall be granted on a fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) basis, based on the continuous service of an employee as of the beginning of a fiscal year in accordance with the following schedule: 

 

(a) An employee in continuous service of the town for five (5) years or less at the beginning of any fiscal year (July 1) shall be entitled to ten (10) days of vacation leave with pay, provided, however, an employee with less than one year of continuous service shall accrue vacation at the rate of one (1) day of vacation leave per month up to a maximum of ten (10) days for the first year of service. Vacation leave shall begin to accrue at the end of the first full month of employment. 

(b) An employee having completed five (5) years of continuous service as of the beginning of a fiscal year shall be entitled to fifteen (15) days vacation with pay. 

(c) An employee having completed twelve (12) years of continuous service as of the beginning of a fiscal year shall be entitled to twenty (20) days vacation with pay. 

(d) An employee having completed twenty (20) years of continuous service as of the beginning of a fiscal year shall be entitled to twenty-five (25) days vacation pay. 

 

(July 1 to June 30) basis according to the following table:

 

LEVEL

GENERAL YEARS OF SERVICE

ANNUAL VACATION

PER MONTH

MAXIMUM VACATION ACCRUAL

1

Hire date through 5th year anniversary

10 days 

1 DAY PER MONTH

0

2

5TH year through 12TH year anniversary

15 days

1.5

0

3

12TH year through 20TH year anniversary

20 days

2

0

4

20TH year and thereafter

25 days

2.5

0

 

 

Scheduling 

 

Vacation leave shall not be permitted to accumulate from year to year and must be taken in the fiscal year following the year for which it was earned. Vacation leave shall be authorized by department heads at such times, in the opinion of the department head, as to cause the least interference with the performance of regular work of the town. Vacation leave shall not be unreasonably denied. Vacation leave may be granted in increments or not less than one-half of a work day. 

 

Termination 

 

Whenever employment is terminated by dismissal through no fault or delinquency on the part of the employee, or by retirement, or entrance into the military, the employee shall be paid an amount equal to the vacation allowance as earned and not granted in the vacation year prior to such termination. In addition, payments shall be made for that portion of the vacation allowance earned in the vacation year during which termination occurred up to the time of the employee’s separation from the payroll. 

 

Death 

 

Whenever employment is terminated by death, the estate of the deceased shall be paid an amount to the vacation allowance accrued in the vacation year prior to the employee’s death but which had not been taken by the employee. In addition, payment shall be made for the portion of the vacation allowance earned in any vacation year during which the employee died up to the time of the employee’s separation from the payroll. 

 

Holiday While on Vacation 

 

An employee shall be granted an additional day of vacation, if while on vacation leave a designated holiday occurs.