Attendance Record - As an employee, it is your responsibility to accurately record your daily attendance status (time worked, leave, overtime, etc.) on your time sheet. As a supervisor, your signature on a time sheet means that you verified the accuracy of your employees’ attendance record.
Employees are granted 12 paid holidays per year. 2 of these 12 are floating holidays (Lincoln’s Birthday and Election Day).
2017 State Holidays https://www.cs.ny.gov/attendance_leave/2019_legal_holidays.cfm
Employees are granted five days per year to attend to personal matters. Personal leave accruals are available immediately upon hire and should be utilized by the annual employment anniversary date. In most cases, the annual employment anniversary is the date of hire.
Employees can accrue up to 13 days in sick leave per year.
Annual (Vacation) Leave
Employees earn 13 vacation days per year. New employees are subject to a six-month waiting period before they may begin to use vacation days. During the first seven years, employees earn additional vacation days for each year worked. For each year occurring after the seventh anniversary, employees will accrue vacation time at a higher rate, approximately 20 days annually
Attendance and Military Leave Benefits https://www.cs.ny.gov/attendance_leave/spec_notes.cfm
Leave Manual https://www.cs.ny.gov/attend_leave_manual/
Family and Medical Leave Act https://www.cs.ny.gov/attendance_leave/spec_notes_fmla.cfm
Leave for Childbirth, Childcare, and Adoption Guidelines /state/files/1548266355--Leave_for_Childbirth_Childcare_and_Adoption_Guidelines.pdf
For all questions regarding time and attendance policies please contact Laurie Romer at 518/786-4825 or firstname.lastname@example.org