Court employees benefit from several different leave types: Personal, Sick and Vacation.
Employees receive 3 personal days each calendar year. New employees are permitted to use personal leave for which they are eligible for upon completion of 90 days of employment. Depending on the hire date, new employees are eligible for:
Sick leave begins to accrue upon 1st day of hire and accrues at a rate of 4.6 hours per pay and is immediately available to employee upon accrual.
New employees with no prior public service receive 40 hours of vacation leave upon completion of 6 months. Employees receive another 40 hours of vacation leave upon conclusion of 1 year; thereafter begin to accrue 3.1 hours of vacation per pay. Vacation accrual rates are adjusted based upon years of service:
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Typically, new employees
Complete and bring with you the below forms. Please note HR will complete the Agency Number or Employee Number required on any form.
In conjunction with these forms, please bring your driver’s license and social security card. We will need to complete an I-9 based upon this information. If you do not have one or both documents, please see the following list of acceptable documents:
If you have previously worked for a public entity in Ohio, please provide HR a letter of service from that entity. This information helps to establish vacation accrual rates and a current sick leave balance. It is important that the letter include the following information from each public entity:
See our Payroll Processing Calendar.
Please note, that the first check is typically a hard check as direct deposit has yet to be established.
Healthcare benefits begin the 1st day of the month after a 30 day waiting period. Find the month you started work in to see the date healthcare benefits will begin.
Finding a nearby affordable parking lot can be challenging. Take the time to research the best option for you.
There is parking available in parking garages, parking lots, meters and some employees are even able to find free parking spots.
Each Court employee is able to use their Court ID badge to utilize Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) bus service at no cost to the employee. This benefit can be used by the employee at any time while employed and is available for local and express routes.
Employees can also bike to work and store their bike in a secured location at no cost. If employees decide that biking, running or walking to work is a great way to commute, we have showers that employees can use to be fresh for the day.
Although not often, weather and other events may interfere with Court operations. When this happens, the Court sends notices in a variety of manners: