- XI. Direct Deposit
- XII. Major Medical Leave
- XIII. General Leave
- XIV. Overtime
- XV. Identification
- XVI. Shuttle Service
- XVII. Parking
- XVIII. Cafeteria Services
- XIX. Holidays
- XX. Other Contributory Benefits
- Benefits I through X
- Benefits Summary
All employees have the option of directly depositing their paycheck into their checking account, savings account, or split between two different accounts or several different banks. This benefit can be implemented or canceled at any time by an employee. There is a waiting period for direct deposit to begin while account information is tested and verified for accuracy.
All full-time staff working a minimum of 40 hours per week accrues one day of major medical leave per month or 12 days per year, accumulating up to a cap of 90 days after which the long-term disability coverage becomes effective. Major medical leave is pro-rated according to the number of months remaining in the leave year for new employees after the three-month probationary period expires. Use of this leave requires approval from the Director of Human Resources. Additional information concerning this benefit is available through the Office of Human Resources. Refer to the Employee Handbook – Major Medical Leave section for more details.
General leave for all personnel is time off with pay for vacation or personnel needs, including sick days that are not part of a major medical problem. Beyond securing the permission of the supervisor to take the time off, employees do not need to specify the reasons for taking the leave. All employees are expected to comply with the directions of the Office of Human Resources for annual documentation and reporting of the use of general leave.
All exempt personnel receive 20 days of general leave per year, after the three month probationary period expires, with the first year of general leave pro-rated according to the number of months remaining in the leave year. Exempt personnel receive 25 days of general leave per year after their fifth year of employment. This leave does not accumulate; any balance remaining in any given year extinguishes upon the employee’s separation from Trinity, and such left-over leave time is not paid. Supervisors are responsible for approving leave requests.
Non-exempt employees accrue one full day (8 hours) of general leave time in each pay period, up to a maximum of 15 days, after which the time leave stops accumulating. The maximum increases to 20 days after five full years of service. Non-exempt personnel must have the permission of their supervisor to take general leave, and failure to secure prior permission will result in unpaid leave and may incur dismissal. Refer to the Employee Handbook – General Leave section for more details.
Actual time worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek for non-exempt staff will be compensated at time and one-half the current hourly rate. Prior authorization must be obtained. Refer to the Employee Handbook – Exempt and Non-Exempt Classification section for definition of non-exempt staff.
Picture identification cards are issued to all Trinity students, faculty, and staff. Identification must be displayed at all times and presented for use of services (i.e. entrance to main building, bookstore, and the library). Report all lost or stolen ID’s to the Human Resources Department.
Trinity provides shuttle service on a regular basis to and from the Brookland / CUA metro station. Shuttle schedules are available in the Office of Human Resources and in Department of Public Safety office.
Employees of Trinity may park in the designated campus lots for free. Employees who park on campus must register their vehicles with the Department of Public Safety and display the appropriate decal.
Employees receive a discount on meals through Dining Services located in Alumnae Hall.
Trinity observes the following holidays:
- Martin Luther King’s Day
- President’s Day
- Good Friday
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Columbus Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Friday After Thanksgiving
- Christmas Eve
- Christmas Day
- New Year’s Eve
- New Year’s Day
Trinity may also grant additional paid holidays at the discretion of the President. Refer to the Holiday Schedule main page for details.
In addition to the above, Trinity contributes to Social Security (7.65% of Salary), Worker’s compensation, and the District of Columbia Unemployment Insurance.