Access to Accrued Leave for Public Sector

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In SA - If a public servant has a family member who has lost their job and moved onto Commonwealth benefits, they will be able to receive their accrued leave.

If a public servant has a family member who has lost their job and moved onto Commonwealth benefits, they will be able to receive their accrued leave down to a limit of 2 retained weeks (annual and long service leave)

Further information will be provided as it comes available.

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FAQs

If you are a public servant and you have a family member that has moved onto Commonwealth benefits.

You will be able to receive all your accrued leave down to a limit of 2 retained weeks.

Access to Accrued Leave for Public Sector - SA - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Who may have access to their accrued leave?

If you are a public servant and you have a family member that has moved onto Commonwealth benefits.

How much accrued leave can I bring forward?

You will be able to receive all your accrued leave down to a limit of 2 retained weeks.

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