Human Resources Division (HRD) - Pay, Leave & Tours of Duty - 2010 Annual Reminder Concerning Use/Lose Annual Leave
SUBJECT: Annual Reminder Concerning Use/Lose Annual Leave
TO: All Employees Marketing and Regulatory Programs
This is to remind employees that annual leave which exceeds personal annual leave ceilings at the end of the leave year could be forfeited (lost) if not used. For most employees, the maximum amount of annual leave that may be carried over from one leave year to the next is 30 days (240 hours); for certain other employees, the maximum carryover is 45 days (360 hours). With some exceptions, members of the Senior
Executive Service are entitled to a maximum carryover of 90 days (720 hours).
Employees in a use/lose situation must pay particular attention to their leave balances and work closely with their supervisors to schedule and use any use/lose annual leave. If annual leave is forfeited at the end of the leave year, the following conditions must be met before it will be considered for restoration:
**Note to employees who are projected to have annual leave that otherwise would be subject to forfeiture at the end of the leave year and who wish to donate leave to individuals approved under the Leave Transfer Program: You may donate no more
than the number of hours remaining in the leave year (as of the date you sign the leave donor form) for which you are scheduled to work and receive pay.**
A checklist found in the Human Resources Desk Guide (HRDG) may be used to assist employees who will be requesting leave restoration. Additional information may be obtained by reviewing Subchapter 4630 of the HRDG, Absence and Leave, or by referring questions to your resource management contact or me. I can be reached through LotusNotes or on area code (301) 734-5382.
Human Resource (HR) Specialist
HR Policy Branch
MRP Human Resources Division
Last Modified: October 21, 2013