The effective pro rata increment creditable service date is Monday, April 23, 2007.

Note that the last day is actually .688 of a full day.

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For example: Suppose an employee's 10 year employment anniversary date is March 1.

Also, suppose this employee's separation date is February 1 with unused annual leave time extended to March 8th.

The employee's increment entitlement, based on full years (not counting terminal leave time) would remain at 9 years.

To find the final increment date, you select the last day worked on the calendar. Hours are converted to days based on 8 hours per day.

Click the button to "Advance the Calendar" to the pro rata increment date.

Annual leave is converted to increment creditable service time by counting forward the equivalent number of regular work days. Increment service credit is not given for holidays occurring during terminal annual leave. For pro-rata increment purposes, 125.5 hours is converted to days.

Note: in many cases only a fractional part of the final day will counted. This employee elects to have 125.5 hours of unused annual leave paid in lump sum. (125.5 / 8 = 15.688 days) Next, we Click 'Advance Calendar'.

This is due to the fact that unused leave rarely corresponds to an even number of days. An employee's last day worked is Friday, March 31, 2007. The calendar advances 15.688 regular work days from March 31.

Instructions: Use this calculator to compute pro rata increment payment amounts for separating employees. If the employee began employment after July 1 of this increment year, see the Special Note.

Contact the Employee Information/Transaction Processing Section (558-3950 ext. You should be reasonable familiar with the Annual Increment Policy.

Please read the special instructions below, as well as our Annual Increment Guidance Material.