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(a) Unless the context indicates otherwise, in this chapter
(1) "day of leave" means the number of hours normally scheduled to be worked in a workweek, divided by five;
(2) "director" means the director of personnel in the State of Alaska Department of Administration;
(3) "employee" means all officers and employees of the State of Alaska subject to the provisions of this chapter;
(4) "leave year" means the period from the 16th of December through the 15th of December of the following year;
(5) "monthly pay period" means the period from the 16th day of one month through the 15th day of the following month;
(7) "principal executive officer" means the highest ranking administrative officer of each principal office and department of the state.
(b) For purposes of AS 39.20.256 (b) "consecutive days" means that personal leave for medical reasons is used for at least a portion of each workday.
(c) For purposes of AS 39.20.225 "immediate family" means husband, wife, child, father, mother, sister, brother, father-in-law, and mother-in-law.
History: In effect before 6/28/84; am 6/28/84, Register 91; am 10/16/87, Register 107; am 5/16/90, Register 132; am 10/18/90, Register 137
Authority: AS 39.20.320
Editor's note: Even though 2 AAC 08.999(a) (1) was adopted effective 10/16/87, it was not published until Register 107, (October 1988).
The 10/18/90 amendments to 2 AAC 08.999(a) (4) first appeared in print in the Alaska Administrative Code with Register 137 (April 1996).
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