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Estimates related Questions and Answers Written Questions No.213 to No.237 2011 Estimates



Estimates related Questions and Answers Written Questions No.213 to No.237 2011 Estimates

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ANSWERS TO ESTIMATES COMMITTEE-RELATED WRITTEN QUESTIONS 2011-12 (c) See table below. Classification Accrued LSL (Months) Accrued Recreation Leave (Days) Highest Individual Accrued LSL (Months) Highest Individual Accrued Recreation Leave (Days) Police COPC 0.37 26.50 0.37 26.50 DCOPC 2.15 11.00 2.15 11.00 ACOPC 8.99 79.42 7.63 53.45 COMC 37.20 342.51 12.83 86.50 48.71 459.43 12.83 86.50 Public Servants E04C 6.52 37.51 6.30 30.95 E03C 0.30 20.00 0.30 20.00 E02C 12.86 85.70 10.55 47.37 E01C 22.55 234.38 10.47 52.38 42.23 377.59 10.55 52.38 Total 90.94 837.02 12.83 86.50 Footnote: Leave calculations include only leave that has been approved by manager and processed by payroll. Any leave awaiting these actions are excluded. (d) See table below. State Code State Description Total Sick Leave Entitlement (Weeks) F PFE Police, Fire and Emergency Services 424.87 Footnote: Police employees are excluded from this report as per clause 60.3 (PATD) A member shall be entitled to unlimited personal leave in circumstances where he/she is, was or will be unable to attend duty due to a genuine personal illness subject to satisfactory proof of documentation. (e) Information relating to level of employee has not been provided due to privacy concerns, as individual employees are easily identifiable. State Code State Description Days Sick Leave Taken F Police, Fire and Emergency Services 78.13 Footnote: Days Sick Leave Taken is calculated from an eight hour day; however, some employees (police officers) work 12 hour shifts in one day and any leave taken is calculated as though it was an eight hour day; for example, one x 12 hour shift is converted to 1.5 days. 467

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