Paid Parental Leave

DrunkenHound

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Even still, it’s not hard to accumulate a solid leave cushion. We all earn about 3 weeks of SL every year. The problem is, too many people want to abuse it and then want a different form of leave/excused absence when something actually happens.
I had annual leave stacked up and used 10 days. I’m not arguing the AL part. All I’m saying is it’s trash that we don’t even get 1 EA day for a funeral. Especially when the agency and natca boasts about mental awareness and all that propaganda

Yeah I know how tough losing a family member can be, but honestly, if you’ve been in the agency for more than a couple years and don’t have the ability to take a week or two off without burning all of your leave, that’s really your own doing. Especially after nearly a year of reduced staffing schedules, everyone should have plenty of AL and SL.
Lol

I’m willing to bet they don’t get 20-30+ vacation days and 14+ sick days a year either
Haha you should check out some of the benefit packages non-gov jobs have. FAA isn’t superior like you think it is.

This is still going away from what I’ve been bitching about and that’s the fact we get EA for a lot of BS (Covid) and not even one day for real life events like a funeral. I get EA for boosters though that’s what really matters!

And also it’s ok to say yeah your right. We should get at least 1 day of EA for a funeral and not immediately point fingers to “yeah you should have leave stacked up blah blah blah”. Im not surprised that’s the response though.
 

AB19

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Haha you should check out some of the benefit packages non-gov jobs have. FAA isn’t superior like you think it is.

This is still going away from what I’ve been bitching about and that’s the fact we get EA for a lot of BS (Covid) and not even one day for real life events like a funeral. I get EA for boosters though that’s what really matters!
You do get excused absence though if your facility approves it, why’d yours make you burn annual?
 
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Is there special paperwork to file to use article 30 leave for child birth? I'm trying to save my 3 month leave for when my wife's runs out and I believe I can use article 30 instead. One supervisor said to file FMLA for both but I thought FMLA was 3 months total. Also Paid Parental Leave and FMLA are basically the same thing now right?
 

Spaceforce

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Is there special paperwork to file to use article 30 leave for child birth? I'm trying to save my 3 month leave for when my wife's runs out and I believe I can use article 30 instead. One supervisor said to file FMLA for both but I thought FMLA was 3 months total. Also Paid Parental Leave and FMLA are basically the same thing now right?
If I understand it correctly, if you don’t take a day of baby leave, then 6 months later, you can use 3 months straight and they can deny it
 
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Is there special paperwork to file to use article 30 leave for child birth? I'm trying to save my 3 month leave for when my wife's runs out and I believe I can use article 30 instead. One supervisor said to file FMLA for both but I thought FMLA was 3 months total. Also Paid Parental Leave and FMLA are basically the same thing now right?
I am delaying my PPL right now until my wife's leave is up. I am also taking a total of 6 weeks FMLA I had saved up. My ATM has no issue with it but I made sure to email exactly what my plan was and that I am not taking PPL right away. Clear dates with what leave is being used is key.
 

Snowco

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I used article 30 for a baby born last month. All I had to do was sign a piece of paper management printed out that said I was requesting to use article 30 and then a leave request form with the dates, I think. I also split my PPL taking part now and the rest when my wife goes back to work. It should be pretty easy and hassle free.
 
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