Member Question: Management Leave

The current system of Management Leave is mysterious, confusing, and inequitable. We can do better!

Management Leave is a City policy (HRAR 8.03) that grants up to 80 hours of additional paid leave per calendar year to non-represented employees “who are not eligible for overtime compensation” with the intent to “recognize exceptional additional individual efforts, performance, and achievements, including but not limited to beyond the standard workweek.”

Management Leave can be granted to non-represented employees at the discretion of their supervisor and bureau director. In practice, a small number of employees get the full 80 hours of additional leave each year. Some of us get less than 80 hours a year. Some of us are denied Management Leave altogether. And others have never known that getting Management Leave is an option. 

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Take the CPPW Issue Survey and Share Your Priorities

City of Portland Professional Workers Union (CPPW) will fight for the issues that matter most to the bargaining unit. Take the CPPW Issue Survey to share your priorities.

The future of our work is in our hands. By taking this survey, you’ll help decide what things to push for. What do you care about? What affects you, your family, and your work? Based on survey results, we’ll develop proposals that reflect our membership’s priorities and needs.

This survey should take 5-10 minutes.

The union commits to protecting your information. We will not share anyone’s information outside of the union.

Even if you plan on voting no, take the survey anyways because we’d still like to know your priorities and what workplace issues matter to you.

Questions? Email [email protected].