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Blood Donor Leave Handbook Statement: New York
Employees who work an average of 20 or more hours per week will be granted a [insert paid or unpaid] leave of absence if they seek to donate blood. Eligible employees will be granted up to three hours of leave per calendar year to donate blood off-site or will be provided with an opportunity to donate blood on-site during work hours (such as through a blood drive) at a convenient time and place. Time spent donating blood on-site will be paid. Time spent donating blood off-site will be unpaid for nonexempt employees.
Except in emergencies, employees who seek leave under this policy must give reasonable notice to their supervisor of at least three working days
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