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Paid Time Off Program for Support and Service Staff

On this page: Vacation Time Plan | Income Protection Time (Sick Time) Plan | Other Paid Time Off Plan


Paid Time Off at a Glance

Newly hired Support and Service staff employees earn 14 vacation days and 12 sick days each year. After six years of service, they earn 19 vacation days a year.

All appointed staff also enjoy 9 paid holidays a year:
  • New Year's Day
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Campus Holiday
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Friday after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Day
Staff may take up to 3 days paid time off for funerals/bereavement, and additional paid time off is granted for specific purposes such as, Military Leave, Court Duty, Voting, Adverse Weather, Adverse Working Conditions, Injury on-the-Job, and Compensatory Time Off.


I. Vacation Time Plan

Vacation Accruals:

Delivery and Usage for Vacation:

Maximum Vacation Usage:

General Rules for Vacation Time Usage:

Separation Pay (Terminal Pay) for Vacation Time:


Maximum Amounts of vacation time paid as separation pay

II. Income Protection Time (Sick Time) Plan

Accruals for Income Protection Time

Eligibility for Income Protection Time:

General Rules for Income Protection Time Usage:

May use to cover absences for:

Separation Pay (Terminal Pay) for Income Protection Time

III. Other Paid Time Off Plan

All others including:



HR at IU South Bend

Page updated: 19 September 2008
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