If you‘ll be eligible in April and have the leave to cover it, look into scheduling a surgery or otherwise getting an rx that will put you out medically. Preferably something that’s dangerous to drive on, just make certain you have the leave on the books to cover it.Is anyone aware if when you leave Federal service, you can take terminal leave like when separating from the military?
Any words on VERA/VSIP?
So ready to get off this ship, don’t know if I can hold on til April!
So unless being mandatory retired, I would keep any plans to myself.Even if your supervisor was willing to let you burn off your leave, a Comptroller General ruling would prohibit that. B-46683, 24 Comp. Gen 511 states that “terminal annual or vacation leave may not be granted immediately prior to separation from the service in any case where it is known in advance that the employee is to be separated from the service.”
Anyone who retires with thousands of hours of SL to get paid out 40 cents on the dollar is insane.
Get a sleep study done-covered by insurance-dq you until you have massive follow ups. Possibly beneficial after years of shift work.
You can always get the lunesta or whatever too from your primary care, don't have to take it
Why is chantix banned?