- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
- Chapter 20. Compensation, Allowances, and Leave
- Section 256. Transfer of Accrued Medical Leave.
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. Medical Leave. [Repealed, Sec. 15 Ch 136 SLA 1978. For Current Law See AS 39.20.225
AS 39.20.256. Transfer of Accrued Medical Leave.
- (a) An officer or employee who has accrued medical leave shall have 40 percent of that medical leave transferred to the
officer's or employee's personal leave account and 60 percent of that medical leave transferred to a medical leave
bank. Banked medical leave may be taken only in accordance with this section.
- (b) An officer or employee may not take any banked medical leave unless the officer or employee
- (1) has no accrued personal leave; and
- (2) has a medical disability exceeding 10 consecutive working days in duration; or
- (3) has a medical disability exceeding 30 consecutive working days in duration.
- (c) Once the requirements of (b) and (d) of this section have been met, an officer or employee may take banked medical
leave until the medical disability is terminated or the banked medical leave is exhausted. If an officer or employee
qualifies for banked medical leave under (b)(3) of this section, the banked medical leave may be taken for all working
days of the medical disability following the 10th working day of the disability.
- (d) When leave is taken under (b)(1) and (2) of this section, a department or agency head may require a doctor's
certificate showing the disability. When leave is taken under (b)(3) of this section, the officer or employee must
submit a doctor's certificate showing the disability.
- (e) The taking of leave under this section shall be reduced by the amount of wage continuation payments made under AS 23.30 (Alaska Workers' Compensation Act).
- (f) Upon an officer's or employee's separation from state service, the officer's or employee's banked medical leave shall
be canceled without pay.
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