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Ditto what I said last post.

Sick Leave for Family Care or Bereavement Purposes

Most Federal employees may use a total of up to 104 hours (13 workdays) of sick leave each leave year to-

  • provide care for a family member who is incapacitated as a result of physical or mental illness, injury, pregnancy, or childbirth;
  • provide care for a family member as a result of medical, dental, or optical examination or treatment; or
  • make arrangements necessitated by the death of a family member or attend the funeral of a family member.

A covered full-time employee may use up to 104 hours (13 workdays) of sick leave each leave year for these purposes. Part-time employees and employees with uncommon tours of duty are also covered, and the amount of sick leave permitted for family care and bereavement purposes is pro-rated in proportion to the average number of hours of work in the employee’s scheduled tour of duty each week.

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