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Bereavement Pay Policy

Eligibility Immediately upon hire, full-time members of the College faculty and professional staff are eligible for paid bereavement time as outlined below. Time Periods Death of a Spouse or...

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Family Illness Time for Full-time Non-exempt Personnel

Each full-time, non-exempt (hourly paid) staff member is eligible for 24 hours of paid Family Illness Time per fiscal year, in the event he/she must care for an ill family member and doing so...

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Holiday Pay Policy

 Full-time members of the College’s faculty and professional staff are eligible to receive their regular base pay (Holiday Pay) for their normally scheduled work hours on approved College holidays....

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Jury Duty Pay Policy

Full-time members of the faculty and professional staff who are required to perform non-voluntary, non-excusable jury duty during normal working hours will receive full base salary from the College....

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Personal Time for Full-time Non-exempt Professional Staff

Full-time, non-exempt (hourly paid) employees are eligible for paid Personal Time as follows per fiscal year (July 1 through June 30): immediately upon hire  16 hours per fiscal...

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Vacation Benefits Policy

Eligibility Full-time members of the professional staff are eligible to use paid vacation time as outlined below. Full-time staff members are those who are appointed to positions which are...

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Voluntary Reduced Summer Work Hours Policy

for Professional Staff This policy is designed to provide eligible members of the College’s professional staff the opportunity to voluntarily reduce their work hours during the summer months.  The...

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Weather Emergencies and Utility Failure Policy

As a residential institution, Franklin & Marshall rarely ceases operations due to adverse weather conditions or utility failure. However, if severe weather conditions or utility failure make...

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