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Earning Leave Chart

Common Tour of Duty

Full-time employees with an 80-hour tour of duty earn annual leave for each full biweekly pay period based on their years of service

Years of service All other pay periods &Last pay period of the calendar year
Up to 3 4 hours 4 hours
3 to 15 6 hours 10 hours
15 or more 8 hours 8 hours

Uncommon Tour of Duty (72-hour workweek)

Full-time employees with uncommon tours of duty earn annual leave for each full biweekly pay period based on their years of service.

Years of service All other pay periods &Last pay period of the calendar year
Up to 3 7 hours 12 hours
3 to 15 11 hours 13 hours
15 or more 14 hours 24 hours

Uncommon Tour of Duty (56-hour workweek)

Full-time employees with uncommon tours of duty earn annual leave for each full biweekly pay period based on their years of service.

Years of service All other pay periods &Last pay period of the calendar year
Up to 3 5 hours 21 hours
3 to 15 8 hours 24 hours
15 or over 11 hours 16 hours

Part-time employees

Employees with an established tour of duty on one or more days during each administrative workweek, earn annual leave based on their years of service and the number of hours worked during each biweekly pay period.

Years of service All other pay periods &Last pay period of the calendar year
Up to 3 20 hours 1 hour
3 to 15 13 hours 1 hour
15 or more 10 hours 1 hour

Sometimes, not all hours worked in a pay period are used to calculate leave for a part-time employee. The hours not used to calculate leave accruals in one pay period are usually carried forwards for use in calculating the accruals for the next pay period.