(OAHU EMPLOYEES ONLY) Paid Administrative Leave (Up to 3 hours) – Wednesday, April 1, 2015

TO: All Principal Investigators employing RCUH Regular Status Employees (on Oahu only)
FROM: Nelson Sakamoto, Director of Human Resources


SUBJECT: (Oahu Employees Only) Paid Administrative Leave (Up to 3 Hours) – Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The State Department of Human Resources Development (DHRD) has announced authorization for paid administrative leave for up to 3 hours due to adverse traffic conditions.  Pursuant to the DHRD’s announcement, Michael Hamnett, RCUH Executive Director has authorized the following:

  1. This special administrative leave applies to only Oahu Regular status employees.
  2. All Principal Investigators should determine the appropriateness of granting this administrative leave. Principal Investigators may determine due to operational necessity to keep his/her staff working for the balance of the workday.  In which case, this paid administrative leave will not apply and cannot be used at a later date.
  3. All regular status, salaried/hourly employees that can be spared will be given “up to three (3) hours” of administrative leave with pay for April 1, 2015.
  4. Employees who reported to work and worked their normal day of work shall not be granted equivalent time off at a later date.
  5. Employees on personal leaves of absence, or those on disciplinary suspension are not entitled to this administrative leave.
  6. Employees on paid vacation or sick leave, workers’ compensation leave or other officially authorized leaves are not entitled to this administrative leave.
  7. Only regular status employees are entitled to this administrative leave.  This administrative leave does not apply to Temporary, Student Assistant or other non-regular status employees.

Time Reporting Issues:  On the upcoming April 1-15, 2015 RCUH Online Timesheet (due Noon April 16, 2015) you should report these hours (up to 3 hours) of Administrative Leave with Pay as “Regular Hours”.

Contact me at 956-6965 ([email protected]) if you have questions concerning this memo.