|Type of provision restored||After a reduction in force (RIF)||After a medical-related separation||After a military separation or military leave of absence*||After a voluntary separation|
|Unused income protection time (sick time) or PTO sick leave||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|Unused vacation time or PTO||Yes||Yes||Yes**||No|
|Occupational unit seniority||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
|University service credit||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Years of IU Service||No||No||Yes||No|
|IU funded retirement plan contributions||No||No||Yes||No|
|Accrual of vacation or paid time off (PTO)||No||No||Yes||No|
* Veterans are fully restored to the status that he or she would have enjoyed as an employee. See Section D. for conditions and details.
** Accrual of vacation or paid time off (PTO) for the period in military service up to a limit of one year’s accrual per period of military service.
Staff and Temporary employees who serve for this amount of military service
Must apply (orally or in writing) to return to workthis many days after release from duty
Less than 31 days
At the beginning of the first regularly scheduled workday *
31 through 180 days
No later than 14 days
Over 180 days
No later than 90 days
The regulations define temporary positions as those that exist for a brief, non-recurrent period with no reasonable expectation that the employment would have continued for a significant period.
Violations of University policies will be handled in accordance with applicable University policies and procedures; which may include disciplinary actions up to and including termination from the University.
Years of IU Service added to the reemployment provisions, and some grammar changes.
This policy updates the Reemployment Provisions policy: AFSCME (BL, IN, SB) 2.12, CWA 10.8, PA/SS 3.8, Police (BL) 5.15, Police (SB) 2.22, Temporary 6.3