PS-12, Revision: 7, Effective: November 8, 2004
Excerpt from PS-12:
Annual Leave is leave with pay granted an employee for the purpose of rehabilitation,
restoration, and maintenance of work efficiency, Family and Medical Leave (FMLA) or
the transaction of any personal affairs.
Academic and Professional Employees
Leave accrual for academic and professional employees on fiscal pay basis begins with the paid appointment or continuation at greater than 50% effort that extends employment beyond 180 days.
*Note: Contingent employees do not accrue annual leave.
Classified employees begin accruing leave from their first day of appointment on a regular tour of duty.
*Note: Classified employees do not accrue leave while serving on a restricted appointment
or on intermittent appointment.
Annual leave is allotted on two schedules. Each new eligible academic and professional employee shall make a choice between Annual Leave Accrual Schedule I and Annual Leave Accrual Schedule II.
- The choice must be made, in writing , within 30 days of appointment and is irrevocable.
- Employees who are appointed for less than full-time but who are eligible to earn leave shall accrue leave in proportion to their percentage of full-time.
Annual Leave Accrual Schedule I
Annual leave for regular academic and professional employees appointed on fiscal year basis who elected to be covered by Civil Service annual leave regulations, with no limitation on total accumulation and for classified employees.
|Years of Service||Classified||Professional & Academic|
|Less than 3 years||.0461 hour per hour in pay status||8 hours per month|
|3 years but less than 5||.0576 hour per hour in pay status||10 hours per month|
|5 years but less than 10||.0692 hour per hour in pay status||12 hours per month|
|10 years but less than 15||.0807 hour per hour in pay status||14 hours per month|
|15 years or more||.0923 hour per hour in pay status||16 hours per month|
Annual Leave Accrual Schedule II
Annual leave for academic and professional employees on fiscal year basis who elected to be covered by the LSU Leave Schedule.
|Years of Service||Professional & Academic|
|Less than 10 years||14 hours per month with 176 hour cap|
|10 years but less than 15||14 hours per month with no cap|
|15 years or more||16 hours per month with no cap|