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March 23, 2022

Bereavement and Family Sick Leave policies available to certain employees of the State of New York as the employer

The Department of Civil Service has issued Attendance and Leave Policy Bulletin 2022-02 which addresses items set out in the 2019–2023 State-PEF Negotiated Agreement and Changes to Management Confidential (M/C) – Bereavement and Family Sick Leave Benefit. 

The text of Policy Bulletin 2022-02 will be found at:
https://www.cs.ny.gov/attendance_leave/PolBull22-02.cfm 

Interested readers may print a PDF version  of Policy Bulletin 2022-02 which has been posted on the Internet at by clicking HERE.

To view previous Attendance and Leave bulletins issued by the Department of Civil Service, visit: https://www.cs.ny.gov/attendance_leave/index.cfm

 

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