Ala. Admin. Code r. 670-X-14-.04 - Living Donor Leave
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022
Upon recommendation of an appointing authority and approval of the Director, a permanent employee with at least one year of State service may be granted Living Donor Leave with pay for donating an organ or bone marrow. The employee must submit in writing a request for Living Donor Leave, supported by verification by the physician performing the medical procedure, and a recommendation by the appointing authority. Based on the certification of the attending physician, the employee may receive up to thirty days to donate an organ and up to seven days to donate bone marrow. The employee does not have to exhaust his or her leave accruals for this procedure. The request for living donor leave must be approved by the Director prior to the medical procedure. Records will be kept by the Department.
Author: Halcyon Vance Ballard
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1957, §3 6-2 6-9.
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