Qualifying Exigency Leave | Spalding University Policy Guide Qualifying Exigency Leave

An employee may receive up to 12 weeks of leave for certain qualifying exigencies arising out of a covered military member's active duty status, or notification of an impending call or order to active duty status, in support of a contingency operation. The military personnel must be the spouse, child or next of kin of the employee.

Qualifying exigency is defined by a broad range of categories including: (1) Short-notice deployment; (2) Military events and related activities; (3) Childcare and school activities; (4) Financial and legal arrangements; (5) Counseling; (6) Rest and recuperation; (7) Post-deployment activities; and (8) Additional activities not encompassed in the other categories, but agreed to by the employer and employee.