Policies and Procedures

All Items: Employee Leaves

  • Duluth, Minnesota, Earned Sick and Safe Time Tracking Tool

    As recommended by the Duluth, Minnesota City Clerk's Office, covered employers should use the Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) Tracking Tool when calculating an employee's ESST balance using the accrual method.

  • Washington Frontloaded Paid Sick Leave Policy

    As required by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by Washington's paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that choose to frontload an employee's paid sick leave balance before it would otherwise accrue may use the Washington Frontloaded Paid Sick Leave Policy to fulfill compliance requirements.

  • Washington Verification for Absences Exceeding Three Days Policy

    As required by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by Washington's paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that require employees to provide verification for paid sick leave uses that exceed three consecutive days the employee is required to work may use the Washington Verification for Absences Exceeding Three Days Policy to fulfill compliance requirements.

  • Washington Reasonable Notice for the Use of Paid Sick Leave Policy

    As required by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by the Washington paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that require employees to provide "reasonable notice" for an absence from work for the use of paid sick leave may use the Washington Reasonable Notice for the Use of Paid Sick Leave Policy to fulfill compliance requirements.

  • Washington Shared Paid Sick Leave Program Policy

    As required by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, employers covered by Washington's paid sick leave law (Initiative 1433) that choose to establish a shared leave program must have a written policy and may use the Washington Shared Paid Sick Leave Program Policy.

  • Paid Parental Leave Policy

    Although paid parental leave is not required under federal law certain employers provide paid parental leave. An employer may use this policy to provide paid parental leave for their employees even if they are not required to do so by law. An employer should check applicable state and local law to determine if paid parental leave is required and edit this policy to comply with such law(s).

  • Seattle, Washington Paid Sick and Safe Time Model Policy

    As mandated by the Seattle Office of Labor Standards, employers covered by Seattle's Paid Sick and Safe Time Ordinance must provide employees with written notice of its policies and procedures for meeting the ordinance's requirements and may use the Seattle, Washington Paid Sick and Safe Time Model Policy.

  • Personal Leave of Absence Policy

    An employer may use this policy to communicate when an employee may take a personal leave of absence and what types of documentation and notice the employee needs to provide the employer.

  • Sick Leave Policy

    This policy focuses on voluntary sick leave for individuals not otherwise eligible for federal, state or municipal leave laws benefits. Such policies are important for employee morale and for handling occasional absences for sickness.

  • Paid Sick Leave Policy

    Paid sick leave is generally not required under federal law, however several states and a number of cities require paid sick or unpaid sick leave (depending on the size of the employer). This policy is designed for employers who are mandated by law to provide paid sick leave and who do not already have a paid time off policy that allows leave for the same qualifying reasons and under the same conditions as the applicable law.

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