Most full-time City employees earn vacation according to the schedule shown below. You should check your collective bargaining agreement or Civil Service Commission Rules to find out the schedule that applies to you.
|Employee's Credited Continuous Service||Working Days' Vacation per Year||Accrual per 80 hour pay period|
|0 to 4 years||12 days||3.69232|
|5 to 7 years||15 days||4.61536|
|8 to 9 years||16 days||4.92304|
|10 to 15 years||18 days||5.53840|
|16 to 17 years||21 days||6.46152|
|18 to 20 years||22 days||6.76920|
|21 + years||26 days||8.00000|
Earning sick leave
Most full-time City employees earn one day of sick leave for each calendar month worked. Sick leave may be used for the employee’s own illness, injury or medical appointments. Sick leave may also be used to care for members of an employee’s immediate family. Sick leave balances can be carried over from year to year. Employees who accumulate 60 days of sick leave may have the option to continue to earn sick leave or to receive partial cash payment for any sick leave accumulated in the preceding year above the 60-day minimum.
Temporary employees are not eligible for paid time off benefits such as vacation or holiday pay. However, a temporary employee may be eligible for sick leave per the Minneapolis Safe and Sick Time Ordinance. Eligible employees may accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked. Employees may use accrued sick and safe time after their initial 90 days of employment.
You should check your collective bargaining agreement or Civil Service Commission Rules to learn more about the sick leave benefits that apply to you.