Township of Hillside, NJ
Union County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Health of the Township of Hillside 9-2-1964. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Personnel — See Ch. 73.
A. 
All professional employees, full-time and part-time, who have had less than one (1) year of continuous employment shall be entitled to a vacation period of the same number of days as the number of full calendar months worked.
B. 
All professional employees who have had more than one (1) year but less than five (5) years of continuous employment shall be entitled to a vacation period of twelve (12) working days.
C. 
All professional employees who shall have had more than five (5) years but less than ten (10) years of continuous employment shall be entitled to a vacation period of fifteen (15) working days.
D. 
All professional employees who have had more than ten (10) years of continuous employment shall be entitled to a vacation period of twenty (20) working days.
E. 
The term "professional" as used above shall refer to the Health Officer, Senior Sanitarian and the Public Health Nurses employed by the Board of Health.
[Amended 3-27-1974]
F. 
All other employees of the Board of Health shall receive vacations of the same duration as provided by ordinances of the Township Committee of the Township of Hillside for other clerical and general employees of the township in effect during the pertinent year, other than policemen and firemen.
The scheduling of all vacations shall be granted for periods to be approved by the Health Officer. In the event of the termination of employment other than by death, there shall be forthwith paid to the employee terminating such employment, or in the event of the death of any employee, there shall be forthwith paid to his estate, a sum equivalent to the pay for all vacation periods earned.
Earned vacation time shall not accumulate from year to year, so as to entitle any employee to a longer vacation than his or her length of service would permit at any one (1) time, except at the discretion of the Board of Health.
A. 
Employment shall be computed, for purposes of this chapter, from the date of employment of each employee.
B. 
Time spent on vacation shall, for purposes of this chapter, be considered as time worked for computation of length of service.
This chapter shall take effect as provided by law and shall apply to vacations granted during the calendar year 1964 and thereafter.