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SHARP Message #780


Date

11/3/09

Author

HR

Subject

Discretionary Day Reminder - Self Service

Message Text:

 

The Discretionary Day reminder message will be posted on the Important Notices section of the State Employee Services page www.kansas.gov/employee/ within the next several days.

Human Resource and Time and Leave staff members that have questions about the message may contact Brent Smith, Department of Administration, at brent.smith@da.ks.gov.

Following is a copy of the Self Service Discretionary Day message:

“What is the last day to use my 2009 Discretionary Day? More…*”

“*For eligible employees whose last workday of a week is Thursday or Friday, the last day to use the 2009 Discretionary Day is Thursday, December 24, 2009 (Friday December 25th is the Christmas Holiday). For employees whose last workday of a week is Saturday, the last day to use the 2009 Discretionary Day is Saturday, December 26, 2009. Please check with your supervisor when scheduling your discretionary day.

You can determine if you still have an available Discretionary Day by looking on the View Leave Balances page in the Employee Self Service Center located at www.kansas.gov/employee/ (click on the Self Service icon located in the Featured Sites area). If you see the words “Discretionary Day is Available” on your View Leave Balances page, you still have a Discretionary Day available (for Non-Regent employees).

A complete list of Executive Branch Holidays, including Discretionary Day usage dates, is located at www.da.ks.gov/ps/subject/holiday.htm (Note: Multiple years are listed).

Check with your agency Human Resource Office if you have questions.”