Exempt: Five weeks (25 days) if employed by the University less than five years; six weeks (30 days) if employed by the University five years or more, but less than 10 years; seven weeks (35 days) if employed by the University 10 or more years.
Non-exempt: Accrual based on the schedule in the Guidebook.
Non-work related short-term injuries/illnesses of five days or less
As the University prepares to implement Workday, staff should continue to submit requests for Paid Time Off (PTO) through June 29 in NOVAtime. Beginning July 2, staff will request PTO in Workday only, as NOVAtime will be inactive. Staff scheduled to work the weekend of June 30 – July 1 may retroactively submit PTO in Workday after it launches July 2. Although NOVAtime will allow you to enter time off requests for all of 2018, requests for time off after June 29 will not be imported into the Workday system.
Wake Forest University offers up to six weeks of base salary continuation to allow for the healthy recovery of the primary caregiver, bonding with the adopted child, and/or a period of family adjustment.
The leave may occur before (e.g., an absence for travel or a required class) or after the birth or adoption.
Complete the Faculty Parental/Adoption Leave Request form, and contact us with questions.
As an eligible faculty or staff member, you may take up to 12 weeks of FML for a variety of reasons related to serious health conditions and qualifying exigencies (for involvement in the Armed Forces or National Guard).
You may take up to 26 weeks of leave during a single 12-month period to care for a covered service member, including a veteran, when you are the spouse, son, daughter, parent, or next of kin of the covered service member.
Your individual situation will determine whether the leave is paid or unpaid, as well as the duration.
Wake Forest University Human Resources
2598 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 | P.O. Box 7424
AskHR@wfu.edu | P (336) 758-4700 | F (336) 758-6127
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