5. Employees Who Choose Not to Report to Work
Posted on October 21, 2021 at 12:51 PM by Kansas Department of Administration
Even though agencies are taking multiple steps to ensure the safety of employees, some employees may continue to be hesitant to report to work. Again, while every employee has a right to do what they feel is best for their health and safety, any employee who is required to report to work and is not exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, does not have a household member exhibiting symptoms and is not in an at- risk/high-risk population but chooses to remain away from work will be required to utilize their own accrued leave or may record that time as leave without pay.
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05-a-005 - Mandatory Direct Deposit for State Employee Reimbursements (July 7, 2004) (supplemented by 05-a-012)
01-a-021 - Capital Outlay Policy Raising Capitalization Threshold to $5,000 and Policy for Safeguarding Assets (June 21, 2001) (Supersedes 00-a-021, Supplements 01-a-018) (Supplemented by 02-a-017)