Q. Is there any ruling that a current federal employer can use to allow me to carry over more than 240 hours of annual leave? A. No there isn’t. However, an agency can restore annual leave in excess of the annual limit under certain circumstances. For example, if it was schedule in writing before the start of the third biweekly pay period prior to the end of the leave year but could not be taken because of illness or the agency’s need for him or her to stay on the job.
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Q. I would like to know if the service computation date changes immediately once I begin buying back my time or once I payoff the time? The other question I have is about leave accrual. I know some folks that have begun paying back their deposit and they have had their SCD adjusted plus they also start accumulating leave at the SCD adjustment rate.
Q. You have stated “Annual leave can’t be used to increase your length of service.” I’m not sure what that means. If I have four weeks of annual leave and want my official retirement date to be June 30, for example, why can’t I stop coming to work (i.e., use the annual leave that I earned) four weeks before June 30?
Q. As a federal employee, how will my insurances and leave accrual be impacted if I go part-time? If I stay employed in a part-time status, will my service years accrue year-for-year or will it be prorated based on hours worked?
Q. I will retire on Jan. 4, 2019. I have 230 hours of annual leave that I want to cash out. How is this done and how much will it be? There are still two more pay periods where I will accrue some leave. Is there a form to be completed?
Q. I have been a DHS officer for 13 years under FERS. If I am terminated for policy violations and do not request a refund of my retirement contributions, will I be entitled to a partial pension at age 62? If so, will my sick leave count as more months of service? What happens to my annual leave?
Q. I’m retiring on 12/31/2018, and will have accrued 287 hours of annual leave; that is, over the 240 hours maximum. I’m not understanding whether I’m going to lose those hours unless I take the extra leave before the end of the year or if it is OK. How many hours will I actually get paid for in the lump sum?