2019 Minnesota Statutes
Chapter 43A — State Employment
Chapter 43A — State Personnel Management
Section 43A.1815 — Vacation Donation To Sick Leave Account.

Universal Citation: MN Stat § 43A.1815 (2019)
43A.1815 VACATION DONATION TO SICK LEAVE ACCOUNT.

(a) In addition to donations under section 43A.181, a state employee may donate a total of up to 40 hours of accrued vacation leave each fiscal year to the sick leave account of one or more state employees. A state employee may not be paid for more than 80 hours in a payroll period during which the employee uses sick leave credited to the employee's account as a result of a transfer from another state employee's vacation account.

(b) The recipient employee must receive donations, as available, for a life-threatening condition of the employee or spouse or dependent child that prevents the employee from working. A recipient may use program donations retroactively to when all forms of paid leave are exhausted if the employee has sufficient donations to cover the period of retroactivity. A recipient who receives program donations under this section may use up to 80 hours of program donations after the death of a spouse or dependent child.

(c) An applicant for benefits under this section who receives an unfavorable determination may select a designee to consult with the commissioner or commissioner's designee on the reasons for the determination.

(d) The commissioner shall establish procedures under section 43A.04, subdivision 4, for eligibility, duration of need based on individual cases, monitoring and evaluation of individual eligibility status, and other topics related to administration of this program.

History: 1996 c 425 s 6; 2009 c 101 art 2 s 61; 2014 c 166 s 1

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