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(a) Upon return to duty after leave usage, or after each pay cycle that the employee is absent, a completed leave report must be submitted to the employee's supervisor.
(b) Upon receipt of the completed leave slip, the employee's leave account will be adjusted for the pay periods during which the employee was on leave.
(c) Accrued leave must be posted at the end of each monthly pay period. Prorated accrued leave may be posted at the end of each pay cycle.
(d) Leave may not be used before it is accrued and posted to the employee's leave account.
History: Eff. 6/28/84, Register 91; am 5/16/90, Register 132
Authority: AS 39.20.320
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