32  ·  Survey Results:  Survey Questions And Responses
Maximum Balance Maximum Cash out Cash out Eligibility
Annual accrual + 2 week
carryforward allowed
Annual accrual + 2 week
carryforward allowed
Annual accrual + 2 week carryforward allowed
Based on years of
employment
Based on how many days
were already taken
Based on agreement with employer
Depends on years of
service
Yes (FTE leaving get vacation pay if not going to another state
agency.)
No max balance but not
paid at full salary range
Varies depending upon
years of service
Employees are paid for all
unused vacation
Must have been employed at least 6 months.
Zero 22 N/A
No Cash Out N=6
Sick Leave N=61
Cash Out N=17
Maximum Balance Maximum Cash out Cash out Eligibility
1500 hours 30,000 At least 500 sick leave hours (Eligibility: 1) State employee
hired on or after 7/01/08, 2) Accumulated at least 500 hrs.
or more at time of retirement, 3) Apply for retirement within
14 calendar days upon separation from university, 4) Apply
for Accumulated Sick Leave benefit within 180 days from
retirement.)
300 days or 2,400 hours 25% of balance to a
maximum of 240 hours
Cash out paid only at retirement.
N/A 30,000 500–749 hours @ 25%; 750-999 @ 33%; 1000-1500 @ 50%
No Cap Can be counted toward
service credit for retirement
purposes.
N/A
No cap No cap Lost at resignation; converted to service credit if retiring.
No cap 240 hours Only upon retirement, 1/4 of sick leave balance
No cap 15 days Retirement
No cap 0 unless hired prior to 12/97 Hires prior to 12/97: no minimum number of years of service
required; after 12/97 no cash out.
No cap 2000 Must be at least 55 years of age and is considered a retirement
benefit.
No cap 30 days Must be 62 or older
No cap 25% of hours balance
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