If you’re in a supervisory role, you are responsible for overseeing the accuracy of time and attendance data captured in either the E210 or Kronos system. Your employees will look to you for guidance on how and when vacation and sick leave are accrued and used, and how time and attendance are maintained in your unit.
In your supervisory role, you should be familiar with the Family and Medical Leave Act, which became effective in 1993. FMLA entitles eligible employees to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave in a 12-month period for specified family and medical reasons.
Employees are eligible for FMLA if they have been employed for at least 12 months and have worked at least 1,250 hours during the previous 12-month period. Exempt salaried employees who have worked 12 months are presumed to meet the hourly test.
- Family and Medical Leave Policy
- FMLA Administrative Procedures document
- Washington, D.C., Family and Medical Leave Provisional Notification letter, for employees working in Washington.
- Maryland Flexible Leave Act university policy, for employees working in Maryland
Flexible work arrangements can boost productivity and morale, but they have to be carefully implemented and managed—and they’re not appropriate for every position or person. Be sure to familiarize yourself with our workplace flexibility policies, procedures, and guidelines.