Employee Compensation, Benefits, And Reimbursement
Government Code chapters 317 and 401 - When state agency faces shortages of appropriated funds due to an unexpected occurrence, the agency may consider statutory mechanisms that may be available to address fiscal emergencies under Government Code chapters 317 and 401.
Adjutant general is precluded from accruing state compensatory leave by section 659.024(c), Government Code, as a single state officer who governs a state agency\r\n\r\n|Adjutant general is precluded from accruing state compensatory leave by section 659.024(c), Government Code, as a single state officer who governs a state agency|Assistant adjutant general is not a single state officer who governs a state agency under section 659.024(c), Government Code, and may accrue compensatory leave
Employees on unpaid leave in connection with work-related injuries, Appropriations Act excepts employees from the 12-month limit on leave and permits agency heads to grant exceptions to the 12-month limit in regard to|Employee on unpaid leave because of work-related injury, General Appropriations Act does not conflict with Workers' Compensation Act in regard to exceptions to12-month limit on leave for|Work-related injury, agency not required to terminate employee on unpaid leave for more than twelve months due to
Vacation leave, offset of workers' compensation benefits against|Family Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA), option of state employees on FMLA leave who are receiving workers' compensation benefits to substitute paid vacation leave for unpaid FMLA leave|Vacation leave, (1) offset of workers' compensation benefits against; (2) substitution of annual leave for unpaid leave under Federal Family Medical Leave Act of 1993|Workers' compensation benefits, offset of against vacation leave|Offset of state employee's workers' compensation benefits against vacation leave not permitted in absence of statutory authority
Position classification plan, provisions of the appropriations act implementing|Appellate court briefing attorneys and law clerks entitled to across-the-board pay raise appropriated for state employees in 2001 General Appropriations Act if they meet the length of service requirements set out in the Act|Targeted pay raise