Time off gives you time away from work to rest, relax, recover from illness or take care of personal matters. For more information, go to Insight.
Take off your birthday to celebrate you. We ask that you take the day off within two weeks (before or after) of your birthday date. Just be sure to coordinate your time off with your manager.
Birthday applies to SelectTime employees only.
Crime Victim & Judicial Proceedings
You are eligible to take time off if you need to participate in criminal or civil legal proceedings.
This leave is unpaid.
You can take paid time off if you, your family or a household member is a victim of domestic violence. You can use the time from work to get help to protect your and your children’s health, safety or welfare; obtain a restraining order or other court order; seek medical attention or services from a domestic violence shelter, program or rape crisis center; seek psychological counseling; or receive safety planning related to domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.
Take time off to focus on your physical or mental health. At the end of each pay period, you accrue one hour of sick time for every 30 hours worked. There is no cap on the number of hours accrued each year, and any unused sick time rolls over year to year.
“Hours worked” includes regular hours and overtime hours. All other time off and leaves are not considered hours worked and will not be counted for sick time accrual purposes.
Supplemental Sick Time
Due to COVID-19, we're providing a one-time grant of two weeks, equivalent to your regularly scheduled workweek, that you can use to focus on your physical or mental health.
You can use this time off when you or a family member are ill or injured or need a medical diagnosis, care (including preventive care, like getting a COVID-19 vaccine) or treatment. You may also use paid supplemental sick time for public health emergencies resulting in the closure of your worksite, childcare provider or child’s school.
This time off is paid.