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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 8 . Public Information
Section 95. Use of leave without pay

2 AAC 08.095. Use of leave without pay

(a) Leave without pay may be required in connection with employee discipline.

(b) Leave without pay may be taken by an employee as part of the eighteen-workweek family leave after the personal leave balance is reduced to five days. An employee may choose whether to retain or exhaust the five-day balance before taking the remaining family leave as leave without pay.

(c) Leave without pay may be taken during the period an employee is unable to work; use of personal leave shall be treated as leave without pay to the extent of wage continuation payments made under the Workers' Compensation Act.

(d) The principal executive officer of a department or agency may authorize leave without pay at the request of an employee for a period of up to 12 months. The principal executive officer shall determine whether the employee must use all accrued personal leave before the period of leave without pay begins.

(e) Repealed 5/8/92.

(f) A furlough under 2 AAC 07.407 is not leave without pay.

History: Eff. 6/28/84, Register 91; am 4/16/86, Register 102; am 5/8/92, Register 123; am 7/25/94, Register 137

Authority: AS 39.20.320

Editor's note: The 5/8/92 amendment to 2 AAC 08.095 was not published until Register 123, (October 1992).

The 7/25/94 amendments to 2 AAC 08.095(b) and the adoption of 2 AAC 08.095(f) first appeared in print in the Alaska Administrative Code with Register 137 (April 1996).


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