The City of Toronto recognizes that employees may need time off to care for ill dependents. Employees may use six days of their sick leave per calendar year, to care for ill dependents.
This policy applies to all non-union employees who are eligible to access a sick bank or STD plan.
the employee’s married, common law or same-sex partner
For the purpose of this policy dependents are:
provide employees with a maximum of 18 days per year, through the accumulation of 1.5 sick days per month.
provide employees with income up to 26 weeks based on service and history of absences; these plans are applicable to former East York, Etobicoke, Scarborough and York.
Employees will be paid for a maximum of six days per year. Payment is conditional upon eligibility and provisions of the employee’s plan. The time is deducted hourly.
Days may not be carried forward from one year to the next.
If an employee has already claimed 6 days for this purpose he/she may use vacation, lieu time or take leave without pay subject to appropriate approval.
Ill dependent care leave is paid at 100% or 66.66% subject to an employee’s service and history of absences.
Ill dependent care leave is paid at 100% or 75%, subject to an employee’s service and history of absences.
Ill dependent care leave is paid at 100% subject to an employee’s service and history of absences.
Ill dependent care leave is paid at 100% or 75% subject to an employee’s service. Days are deducted from the 7 sick days (not accumulative), that are credited to an employee each January 1st.
Employees must advise their managers/supervisors when they are claiming time from their sick leave plans or STD plans for ill dependent care.
If employees have questions about their payments for time claimed for ill dependent care, they should contact staff who record their time and attendance.
Workforce Transition Team
February 22, 2002
This policy is being reviewed and will be updated in accordance with changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000. Questions related to this policy as a result of these changes can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org