Holiday

The holiday schedule will run from the first shift on Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 through Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015.  During that time all nonessential operations will be closed at all Kent State campuses.  Eligible classified and unclassified employees will receive paid leave for any regularly scheduled work time...

All nonessential operations will be closed at all Kent State locations.  In early December HR will publish a list of departments and their status during the holiday schedule.

Yes, including the College of Podiatric Medicine and the Twinsburg Academic Center.

Full and part-time classified and unclassified employees who normally accrue vacation throughout the year are eligible to receive paid leave for the additional days. Employees not eligible for the paid leave include student employees, classified temporary staff, temporary agency staff, unclassified nine and 10-month term appointments, short-term...

Yes, you must be in paid status on Dec. 23 in order to be paid during the holiday closure period.

An eligible employee on a nontraditional work week schedule may receive alternate paid days during the period of Dec. 24 through Jan. 1 to make his/her pay whole.  Using established guidelines, Human Resources will work with individual departments to create customized pay schedules as needed.

Human Resources

The impact of the holiday schedule for 12-month faculty who accrue vacation is the same as for unclassified employees who accrue vacation.

Classified and unclassified employees not scheduled to work will be paid for the additional days. These employees do not need to take vacation or compensatory time. However, supervisors of classified employees in this group must enter hours as "University Closure" in the electronic timekeeping system for the additional four days. The number of...

Unrepresented and represented classified employees required to work can receive payment or opt to take days off in the future under the following guidelines: To Receive payment for actual time worked, at a rate of 1.5  times the normal hourly rate. (For example if you work 4 hours you will be paid for 6; if you work 6 hours you will be paid for...

Supervisors may enter and approve time for the period Dec. 22 through Jan. 1 as early as Dec. 20.  Supervisors of areas that will be closed during the holiday schedule are strongly encouraged to do this. The deadline to enter time in the electronic timekeeping system for the week of Dec. 22 is end of the day on Jan. 2, 2015. If the...