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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 8 . Public Information
Section 65. Leave cash-in

2 AAC 08.065. Leave cash-in

(a) An employee covered by this chapter who has at least five days of accrued leave may cash in personal leave. An employee may cash in personal leave up to three times in a leave year. The employee's leave account and cash value balances will be reduced by the number of days and cash value of personal leave cashed in. Leave cash-in must not reduce an employee's leave balance to less than five days.

(b) Repealed 10/16/87.

(c) An employee who comes under the authority of this chapter and a collective bargaining agreement during the same leave year may cash in leave under the provisions of both this chapter and the collective bargaining agreement during that year.

(d) Leave cash-in by an employee who is receiving a higher rate of pay under 2 AAC 07.333 shall be at the employee's normal rate of pay that would apply absent the delegation to perform essentially all the duties of a specific position in a higher range.

History: Eff. 4/6/86, Register 102; am 10/16/87, Register 107; am 7/25/94, Register 137; am 8/29/96, Register 143

Authority: AS 39.20.320

Editor's note: Even though 2 AAC 08.065(b) was repealed effective October 16, 1987, it was not published until Register 107, October 1988.

The 7/25/94 adoption of 2 AAC 08.065(d) first appeared in print in the Alaska Administrative Code with Register 137, April 1996.


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