LWOP is different from AWOL (absent without leave), which is a nonpay ... is not
approved unless specifically provided for in postal policy or regulations. ... for
active military service or while absent due to an illness or injury approved by
The Postal Service policy is to administer the leave program on an equitable
basis for all ... Maintain and review PS Form 3972, Absence Analysis, and. PS
Section 515 provides policies to comply with the Family and Medical Leave Act of
... The following definitions apply for the purposes of Absence for Family Care or
Illness of ... Parent of a covered service member — the employee is the service ...
As a federal employee can I request 6 to 8 months leave of absence and still ... by
the US Post Office for 27 years, and need 6 to 8 months leave of absence for ... It
is in each employer's discretion to establish their own personal leave policy.
Annual leave category is determined by using the leave policy in effect at the time
an ... while a career employee of the Postal Service or Post Office Department. ...
as having been on military furlough or leave of absence from a civilian position ...
Life's many surprises often require taking a leave of absence from work. The
United States Postal Service has a leave program in place for its employees.
employees can fulfill the Postal Service's mission in a workplace climate that
promotes ... each of protected absences under FMLA each leave year? ... Leave
taken to care for anyone else would require approval under normal leave policies
Postal Sick Leave -A Web site connecting U.S. Postal employees to postal ... to
the Postal Service's attendance terror policy, the Equal Employment Opportunity
Apr 27, 2009 ... The Postal Service's sick leave absence rate (absenteeism) was 4.3 percent in ...
Eligible U.S. Postal Service employees are entitled to a maximum 12 weeks of
family medical leave, but they are not paid for this period of absence. According