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What is the sick leave policy like? How many sick days do you get per year?

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There is no such thing as a sick days policy. You should only be off if you are sick.

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I was given15 sick days a year

Answered - Hearing Officer I / Labor Relations (Former Employee) - Trenton, NJ

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Your sick days accrue as you work.

Answered - electronics technician contracted (Former Employee) - Anchorage, Alaska

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4 hours per pay period and you can do the math.

Answered - Quality Assurance Manager (Former Employee) - San Bernardino, Riverside, CA

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You earn 4 hours per pay period.

Answered - Front Line Manager (Current Employee) - Toledo ATCT

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Depends on your longevity in the agency

Answered - Executive Assistant (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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Sick leave is earned 8 hours per month

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Renton, WA 98057

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I got 12 sick days a year.

Answered - I assist attorneys for the legal department. (Former Employee) - Downtown Chicago, Thompson Center

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