Leave Of Absense Without Pay Procedures
Maternity Unpaid Leave
Employees who give birth can request unpaid leave for a maximum of twenty-four months.
To take leave, personnel must presnet the birth certificate and petition with request for leave to their department. The discharge procedures are entered into the system on the days of leave of absense. Upon the employee’s return to work, the detpartment establishes the recommencement in writing. The relevant information is entered into the system following the end date of the leave of absense.
Unpaid Leave for Military Service
Leave of absense procedures for employees going to military service
The employee applies to his department with a copy of the military referral certificate and a petition indiating that they wish to take unpaid leave. The relevant department sends this request to the Personnel Department. After the approval process is completed, leave of absense procedures are performed.
Return to employment after military service
The employee returns to work by presenting a copy of the military discharge certificate to his department. The discharge certificate and date of return to work are send to the Personnel Department. The Personnel Department sends their approval and any change of status of the employee to the department in writing. The relevant information is entered into the system on following the end of the leave of absense.
Unpaid Leave in Accordance with Article 108/E of Law No. 657 (for personnel who have worked for 5 years)
- In accordance with Article 108/E of Law No. 657, state employees who have complete 5 years of work can take 1 year of unpaid leave, to be taken at most 2 times during employment.
- To take unpaid leave, the employee must submit a perition to his or her department requesting unpaid leave. The department sends this request for unpaid leave to the Personnel Department, who in term presents the request to the Rectorate for approval. The discharge information is entered into the system following the date of commencement of unpaid leave.
- At the end of unpaid leave upon return to work, the employee is informed in writing by his or her department that their duties have recommenced. The Personnel Department approves the change in status. The relevant information is entered into the system following the end of leave.