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Record #: R2017-794   
Type: Resolution Status: Failed to Pass
Intro date: 10/11/2017 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Workforce Development and Audit
Final action:
Title: Amendment of Regulations Governing Administration of Classification Plan and Employee Benefits for Classified Positions set forth in Annual Appropriation Ordinance (Salary Resolution) regarding paid parental leave for non-union employees
Sponsors: Laurino, Margaret, O'Connor, Patrick
Topic: BUDGET & APPROPRIATIONS - Salary Resolution
Attachments: 1. R2017-794.pdf
Related files: R2019-362
City Council- October 11, 2017 Workforce Development and Audit

RESOLUTION

Be It Resolved by the City Council of the City of Chicago:

SECTION 1. The Regulations Governing the Administration of the Classification Plan and Employee Benefits for Classified Positions set forth in the Annual Appropriation Ordinance ("the Salary Regulations") are hereby amended by adding the underscored text, as follows:

REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE CLASSIFICATION PLAN AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS FOR CLASSIFIED POSITIONS SET FORTH IN THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE.

(Omitted text is unaffected by this resolution)

G. Holidays, Vacations And Sick Leave For Positions In The Classified Service.

(Omitted text is unaffected by this resolution)


(7) Authorized Leaves Of Absence.

All non-union employees of the City of Chicago who are eligible for benefits under FMLA may receive paid parental leave in the following circumstances: (1) Up to twelve (12) weeks paid parental leave to a birth mother to recover from delivery of a child: (2) Up to four (4) weeks paid parental leave for the birth of a child or children to a spouse or domestic partner of the birth mother: (3) Up to four (4) weeks paid parental leave for the adoption of a child or children by the employee or the spouse or domestic partner of the employee. In order to receive paid parental leave, an employee must reguest and be approved for leave under FMLA. Paid parental leave and FMLA must run concurrently.
Leave with pay as a result of death in the immediate family or domestic partner may be granted to employees on the basis of not to exceed three consecutive days following the death of a member of the immediate family or domestic partner, provided that the employee has registered the name of the employee's domestic partner with the Department of Human Resources. Where death occurs and the funeral is to be held out of Illinois and beyond the states contiguous thereto, the employee may be granted up to five c...

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