Absence Types in Oracle Cloud

Absence Type

Deduct from PTO?

Comments

Sick Leave Yes Used for sick leave purposes
Vacation Leave Yes Used for vacation leave
Compensatory Leave Yes Record when using accrued Compensatory Time
Overtime Leave Yes Record when using accrued Overtime Leave
Sick Leave Pool Yes Approved sick leave pool
Family Leave Pool Yes Approved family leave pool
Leave Without Pay No Record after all other applicable PTO has been exhausted
Lunch Time No Required for non-exempt employees to report lunch hours
Military Leave No Used for approved Military Leave
Bereavement Leave No Used for death of an immediate family member 
Building Closure No A specific building closure 
Weather Closure No Inclement weather
University Closure No Campus Closure by TWU (not official holidays)
Holiday Leave No Only for University Holidays
Holiday Worked No Use when working on an official University Holiday - employee accrues comp time for hours worked 
University Sponsored Wellbeing No University sponsored fitness program 
Emergency Other No All other types of emergency leave
Recognition Leave No Approved recognition leave
Workplace Wellbeing No Addiitonal 30 minutes used at lunch for wellbeing
FMLA - Sick Leave Yes Approved FMLA Leave Type
FMLA - Vacation Leave Yes Approved FMLA Leave Type
FMLA - LWOP Yes Approved FMLA Leave Type
FMLA - Overtime Leave Yes Approved FMLA Leave Type
FMLA - Compensatory Leave Yes Approved FMLA Leave Type
Assistance Dog Training No State employee with a disability is entitled to paid leave not to exceed 10 working days in the FY to attend a training program to acquaint the employee with an assistance dog that the employee will use.
Foster Parent Leave No An employee who is a foster parent to a child under the protection of the Department of Family and Protective Services (Department) is entitled to a paid leave of absence to attend meetings held by the Department regarding the foster child. In addition, the employee may use this entitlement to attend admission, review, and dismissal meetings held by a school district regarding the foster child
Jury Duty No Jury Duty - employees may provide summons as attachment in absence
Volunteers of Texas Volunatry Organizations Active in Disaster Leave No A state employee who is a volunteer of an organization that is a member of the Texas Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster may be granted leave not to exceed 10 days each fiscal year, without a deduction in salary or loss of vacation time, sick leave, earned overtime credit, or state compensatory time, to participate in disaster relief services if: The employee’s supervisor authorizes the leave; The services in which the employee participates are provided for a state of disaster declared by the Governor under Texas Government Code, Chapter 418; and the executive director of the employee’s state agency approves the leave
Volunteer Training Leave Volunteer firefighters, emergency medical services volunteers, and search and rescue volunteers are entitled to paid leave not to exceed five working days each fiscal year to attend training conducted by a state agency or institution of higher education. Also, a state agency or institution of higher education may grant paid leave to a volunteer firefighter, an emergency medical services volunteer, or a search and rescue volunteer for the purpose of responding to emergency fire, medical, or search and rescue situations if the agency or institution of higher education has a policy for granting the leave
Voting Leave No Employers shall allow sufficient time off to employees, without a deduction in salary or accrued leave, to vote in each national, state, or local election if there is not sufficient time to vote outside regular working hours. There is no consistent standard or formal guidance regarding how much
time should be provided to employees for this purpose; however, employers should adopt a written voting policy and procedures. State law does not differentiate between regular and runoff elections.
Blood Donation Leave No A state agency shall allow employees sufficient time off, without a deduction in salary or accrued leave, to donate blood. An employee may not receive time off to donate blood unless the employee obtains approval from his or her supervisor before taking time off. Upon returning to work, the employee shall provide his or her supervisor with proof that the employee donated blood during the time off. If an employee fails to provide proof that he or she donated blood during the time off, the agency must deduct the time off from the employee’s salary or accrued leave, whichever the employee chooses. An employee may receive time off to donate blood not more than four times in a fiscal year.
Bone Marrow and Organ Donation Leave No A state employee is entitled to a leave of absence without a deduction in salary for the time necessary to permit the employee to serve as a bone marrow or organ donor. The leave of absence may not exceed:  Five working days in a fiscal year to serve as a bone marrow donor; or Thirty working days in a fiscal year to serve as an organ donor
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Volunteer No A state employee may be provided paid leave not to exceed five hours each month to participate in mandatory training or to perform volunteer services for Court Appointed Special Advocates. This leave is provided to an employee without a deduction in salary or loss of vacation leave, sick leave, overtime leave, or state compensatory time
Injury Leave for Peace Officers No Peace officers injured in the course of duty may be entitled to paid injury leave without a deduction in salary. This covers commissioned law enforcement officers or agents commissioned by the Public Safety Commission and the director of the Department of Public Safety, the Parks and Wildlife Commission, the Alcoholic Beverage Commission, the Office of the Attorney General, or the Insurance Fraud Unit of the Department of Insurance.
Mental Health Leave for Peace Officers and Telecommunicators No Each state agency authorized by law to employ peace officers and licensed telecommunicators must develop and adopt a policy allowing for the use of mental health leave by its peace officers and licensed telecommunicators who experience a traumatic event in the scope of their employment as peace officers or licensed telecommunicators. The mental health leave policy must: § Provide clear and objective guidelines establishing the circumstances under which a peace officer or licensed telecommunicator is granted and may use mental health leave; § Entitle a peace officer or licensed telecommunicator to mental health leave without a deduction in salary or other compensation; § Specify the number of mental health leave days available to a peace officer or licensed telecommunicator; and § Detail the level of anonymity for a peace officer or licensed telecommunicator who takes mental health leave. The mental health policy adopted by the agency may also provide a list of mental health services available to peace officers and licensed telecommunicators in the agency’s area
Medical and Mental Health Care Leave for Veterans No A state employee who is a veteran, as defined by Texas Government Code, Section 434.023(a), and who is eligible for health benefits under a program administered by the Veterans Health Administration of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, may be granted leave without a deduction in salary or loss of vacation and sick leave, earned overtime, or state compensatory time, to obtain medical or mental health care (including physical rehabilitation) administered by the Veterans Health Administration of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Leave granted for this reason may not exceed 15 days each fiscal year unless the agency’s administrative head determines that additional days of this leave is appropriate for the employee
Reserve Law Enforcement Officer Training Leave No State employees who are reserve law enforcement officers as defined by Texas Occupations Code, Section 1701.001, are entitled to paid leave not to exceed five working days each fiscal biennium to attend training required by Texas Occupations Code, Section 1701.351
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Article ID: 154887
Created
Tue 10/10/23 11:15 AM
Modified
Mon 11/20/23 9:19 AM

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