Employees are granted up to eight (8) days absence, without pay deduction, in the event of the death of a husband, wife, daughter, or son, and up to three (3) days absence, without pay deduction, in the event of the death of the employee’s or spouse’s father, mother, grandchild, brother, sister, grandfather, grandmother, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, or other person residing in the employee’s home. Additional travel time may be approved based on policy provisions. If the death of the employee’s mother or father results in the loss of the only remaining parent, up to three (3) additional days may be taken without pay loss to deal with estate issues. These days must be taken within one (1) calendar year of the parent’s death.
Bereavement leave requests should include the relationship to the deceased, date of death and location of service.
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The information above is intended as a resource for your review. The HR Generalist is dedicated to assisting with FMLA and other leave questions. Please contact Rebecca Eastman at (801) 567-8249 or email her at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.