Annual Leave Information
Employees accrue paid-time-off based on their employee classification, years of service and, for part-time employees, certified work hours.
Leave Reporting User Guide
All full-time employees are required to complete an online leave report each month. The Leave Reporting User Guide will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to do so.
Leave of Absence
The College recognizes that from time to time employees may require a leave of absence to attend to certain family or medical situations.
FIT Family/Medical Leave Policy
Designed to work in compliance with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
FIT Supervisor Responsibilities
To ensure that the College is in compliance with applicable leave laws, supervisors should follow these steps.
Employee Request for Family/Medical Leave of Absence Form
Employees requiring time-off due to their own serious health condition, to provide care for their newborn child or for the adoption or foster placement of a child or, to care for a spouse, parent or minor child with a serious health condition should complete this form.
Certification of Health Care Provider for Employee’s Serious Health Condition (FMLA) Form
Employees requesting leave for their own serious health condition as well as employees requiring leave due to the birth of their expected child are required to have their health care provider complete this form. The certification should be forwarded to the Office of Human Resources along with the Employee Request for Family/Medical Leave of Absence form as soon as possible.
Certification of Health Care Provider for Family Member’s Serious Health Condition (FMLA) Form
Employees requesting leave to care for their ill spouse, parent, or child are required to have their family member’s healthcare provider complete this form. The certification should be submitted to the Office of Human Resources along with the Employee Request for Family/Medical Leave of Absence form as soon as possible.
Release-to-Return-to-Work Documentation Form
Employees out on medical leave due to their own serious health condition must provide the Office of Human Resources with this form, completed by their health care provider, prior to the employee's return to work.
Certification of Qualifying Exigency for Military Family Leave (FMLA) Form
Employees that need leave when their spouse, parent or child is on or has been called to active duty status in the National Guard or Reserves in support of a contingency operation and experiences a “qualifying exigency” such as the need to attend certain military events, arrange for alternative childcare, address certain financial and legal arrangements, attend certain counseling sessions, and attend post-deployment reintegration briefings (referred to as “family leave” or “military exigency family leave”) should complete this form.
Certification for Injury or Illness of Covered Service Member for Military/Family Leave (FMLA) Form
Employees that need leave to provide necessary care for a spouse, parent, child or otherwise nearest blood relative who incurred a serious injury or illness in the line of active duty in the Armed Forces that may render the service member medically unfit to perform his or her duties, and for which the service member is undergoing medical treatment, recuperation, or therapy; is in outpatient status; or is on the temporary disability retired list (referred to as “family leave” or “service member family leave”) should complete this form.
Employee Request for Personal Leave of Absence Form
Employees that may need to request a leave of absence from the College due to extenuating personal circumstances should use this form.