Taking Time Away From Work


Paid Time Off (PTO)  |  Bereavement Leave


Jury Duty  |  Leaves of Absence


Paid Time Off (PTO)

All active employees who are budgeted to work at least 40 hours every pay period earn PTO. With your supervisor’s approval, you can use this time for vacation, illness, holidays, personal and family needs.

The more hours you work (up to 80 per pay period), the more PTO you earn. And the longer you stay at Mission, the more PTO you earn. You can keep a balance of up to 400 hours of PTO before it stops accruing.

Years of Service

(1 year of service = 12 months from  first day worked)

Pay Periods Affected

Bi-Weekly Maximum Accrual

(based on 80 hours  max)

Annual Maximum Accrual

First day worked – 2 years 1-52 6.77 hours* 22 days (176 hours)*
2-5 years  53-130 8.31 hours* 27 days (216 hours)*
5-10 years 131-260 9.85 hours* 32 days (256 hours)*
Year 10+ 261+ 11.39 hours 37 days (296 hours)
Only if hired prior to Jan. 1,  2003: Year 14+ 365+ 12.31 hours 40 days (320 hours)
*Note: As of 1/1/2016, accrual rates for Directors and Executive Directors (based on 1.0 FTE) will be:

  • 8.31 hours bi-weekly for first two years of employment (27 days or 216 hours maximum annual accrual)
  • 9.85 hours bi-weekly for years 2-10 (32 days or 256 hours maximum annual accrual)
  • As of 10 years of service the schedule for all employees is the same

Learn more at Mission On Demand (MOD), Policies and Procedures, Mission Hospital; search for policy 1HR.HR.0019.

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Bereavement Leave

Once you have worked at Mission for at least 90 days, you are eligible for excused time off with pay for funeral attendance or to assist with estate obligations. Learn more at Mission On Demand (MOD), Policies and Procedures, Mission Hospital; search for policy 1HR.HR.0020.

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Jury Duty

If you are called for jury duty you will be excused from work for days you are required to serve. Learn more at Mission On Demand (MOD), Policies and Procedures, Mission Hospital; search for policy 1HR.HR.0039.

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Leaves of Absence

Mission recognizes that during your career, circumstances may arise that require prolonged or intermittent absence from work due to medical reasons. Mission provides its employees with the family and medical leave guaranteed to eligible employees by applicable federal and state laws. Learn more at Mission On Demand (MOD), Policies and Procedures, Mission Hospital; search for policy HR.TR.004, Leaves of Absence

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that provides eligible employees the right to take a leave of absence for personal or family medical reasons, and leave for military families, while maintaining job protection.

Additionally, in situations where the employee does not qualify for FMLA, Mission offers other types of leave to help support particular needs.

Leaves of Absence are administered by the Time Away From Work Service Center. Employees should contact the Time Away From Work Service Center when they:

  • Know they have a need to take a leave of absence of any kind
  • Will be absent from work for any illness or injury for more than 3 days
  • Need to report intermittent FMLA time off

Contact the Time Away From Work Service Center

Click here to go to the MySedgwick Time Away From Work Portal.


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