Six months sick pay in four year period


When an employee has had a total of six months' paid sick leave in any period of four years or less, no further sick pay should be allowed (unless such an extension is supported by the Department). When full pay or half pay has ceased, it should not be restored during the same four year period.

Unpaid sick leave during any period of four years or less does not reckon for incremental progressive, pension or annual leave.