Employees who request Emergency FMLA to care for their child due to school or child care closure may request Emergency Paid Sick Leave for the first 10 days. Leave requests for EFMLA and/or EPSL should be turned in to firstname.lastname@example.org. If approved, employees should use the following hour types to report EPSL hours taken (see … Continued
FAQ Topic: FFCRA FAQ PART 2
Most work for Temp/Seasonal employees has been suspended as of March 17. Employees are eligible to use their earned sick leave accruals up to the maximum of 24 hours over a 12-month period per the City’s Paid Sick Time Policy for Temporary Employees. Employees may also apply for Unemployment online through EDD. A reduction in hours is not a qualifying reason under the Emergency Paid Sick leave provision of … Continued
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has not yet identified any “substantially similar condition” that would allow an employee to take paid sick leave. If HHS does identify any such condition, the Department of Labor will issue guidance explaining when you may take paid sick leave on the basis of a “substantially … Continued
Employees taking leave to care for their child whose school or childcare is closed due to COVID should fill out one request form and list a date range of April 1 through June 15 to cover what would have been the remainder of the academic school year. If they do not take the 10 day leave allowance … Continued
There is no right to compensation for unused emergency paid sick leave upon the employee’s termination, resignation, retirement, or other separation from employment.
Emergency sick leave will be compensated at your “regular rate of pay” as determined by the FLSA, however the following two limitations apply: When it is taken for reasons (1), (2), and (3) above in FAQ No. 12, compensation cannot exceed $511 per day and $5,110 in total. When it is taken for reasons (4), … Continued
It depends: All intermittent leave under the FFCRA must be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the employer. At this time, the City is only allowing intermittent leave for employees who are unable to telework because they need to care for their child whose school or child care has closed due to COVID (reason … Continued
No. Emergency paid sick leave hours expires on December 31, 2020.
A full-time employee is eligible for up to 80 hours of emergency paid sick leave, however there are dollar amount caps on how much can be paid based on which of the 6 eligibility criteria the employee is requesting the leave for (see question #15 below for detailed information). A part-time employee is eligible for … Continued
The City will provide employees with emergency paid sick leave in the following six coronavirus-related situations, which the new law defines as: 1. The employee is subject to a Federal, State, or local quarantine or isolation order related to COVID-19; • Please note: If you are able to telework under these conditions, you will not … Continued