Krucial Rapid Response Sick Leave Policy

Modified on Tue, 17 Jan 2023 at 02:27 PM


Policy Brief & Purpose

Our company sick leave policy (the “Policy” or the “Plan”) outlines our company’s provisions for employees who become sick and need to be absent from work. The following Policy specifies how sick leave will be accrued and how it may be used.


This company sick leave Policy applies to all deployed employees working at client facilities.

Policy Elements

Our employees may be unable to perform their duties if they get sick. Our company follows legal guidelines that may apply to sick pay. We’ll also offer one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked (the “Standard Rate”), up to 56 hours each year*.

*Employees in New Mexico will receive up to 64 hours of paid sick leave accrued at the Standard Rate.

How do sick days work?

Earned paid sick leave may be used by an employee for an absence resulting from:

  1. Physical or mental illness, injury, or medical condition;
  2. Obtaining diagnosis, care, or preventative care from a health care provider;
  3. Caring for a child, a parent, a spouse, a domestic partner, or any other individual related by blood or affinity whose close association with the employee is the equivalent of a family relationship who has any of the conditions or needs for diagnosis, care, or preventive care described in (i) or (ii) or is otherwise in need of care; or
  4. Domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, if the time absent from work is for the purposes described in (i) or (ii), to obtain additional counseling, to seek relocation, to seek assistance from a victim services organization, or take related legal action, including preparation for or participation in any related civil or criminal legal proceeding, or to assist an individual related to the employee as described in (iii) in engaging in any of these activities.

Unused Sick Leave

Unused sick time will be rolled over to the next year, up to the applicable maximum.


When employees want to use their sick time, they should submit their request through the Company’s automated Human Resources Information System (HRIS) located at They should also inform the supervisor and/or Krucial On-Site Representative (KOR) for how long they’ll be absent (if possible) or report daily for every day of sick leave. Information on submitting time off may be found at

Under certain circumstances, employees might need to submit a physician’s note or other medical certification and/or complete a sick leave form. Those circumstances include but are not limited to:

  • Being absent for more than three (3) days on sick leave.
  • Cases when a pattern arises (e.g., employees plead sick at a specific time each week.)

We will handle all sick time requests with discretion and confidentiality.

Compliance Notice

Our Policy complies with sick time laws in Arizona, Colorado, Chicago (IL), Cook County (IL), Connecticut, District of Columbia (Washington, DC), Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Michigan, New Mexico*, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Allegheny County (PA), Philadelphia (PA), Pittsburgh (PA), Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, SeaTac (WA), Seattle (WA), and Tacoma (WA).

SCA Executive Order Compliance Notice

Our Sick Leave Policy complies with the provisions outlined in Executive Order 13706 establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors.

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