Issued 8-1-06
(b) - (1) For example, an employee who earns 15 days, 120 hours, of annual leave per year and is paid for 184 hours for the pay period earns 10 hours and 32 minutes for the pay period.
- (2) The calculation is:
- (A) 120 hours ÷ 2096 payroll year hours = .057251; and
- (B) .057251 x (184 pay period hours x 60 minutes) = 632 minutes or 10 hours and 32 minutes.
(c) - (1)
**Less than five years of cumulative service.**- (A)
- (B) Accumulation limit is 45 days (360 hours).
- (C) Maximum hours eligible to be paid upon termination is 30 days (240 hours).
- (A)
- (2)
**Five but less than ten years of cumulative service.**- (A) Accrual rate is 18 days per year.
- (B) Accumulation limit is 78 days (624 hours).
- (C) Maximum hours eligible to be paid upon termination is 60 days (480 hours).
- (3)
**Ten but less than 20 years of cumulative service.**- (A) Accrual rate is 20 days per year.
- (B) Accumulation limit is 80 days (640 hours).
- (C) Maximum hours eligible to be paid upon termination is 60 days (480 hours).
- (4)
**20 years and more of cumulative service.**- (A) Accrual rate is 25 days per year.
- (B) Accumulation limit is 80 days (640 hours).
- (C) Maximum hours eligible to be paid upon termination is 60 days (480 hours).
(d) - (1) An employee detailed to special duty at time of separation is paid at his or her authorized job classification rather than at the detailed position rate of pay.
- (2) Payment of unused annual leave is automatically made to the employee on a terminal payroll following the payroll period of separation.
- (3) No payment to the Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System is made by OKDHS on, or is withheld from, the lump sum of annual leave paid to the separating employee.
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