Short Term Disability

Short Term Disability is compensation following exhaustion of your sick/vacation time, subject to contractual provisions, and continuing thru the last day of the 180 day elimination period of continuous absence.  Please refer to your union contract/personnel manual for participation and eligibility requirements regarding Short Term Disability. 

The non-academic union contracts can be accessed at http://laborrelations.wayne.edu/contract-info.php    

The academic union contract can be accessed at http://provost.wayne.edu/bargaining/aaup.php  

The non-represented personnel manual can be accessed at http://policies.wayne.edu/non-rep/

 

Union                                                             Section of Contract

 

AAUP/AFT                                                    Article XIII Leaves of Absence – C.1.d

 

AFSCME Local 1497                                   Article (20) Income Disability Programs – C.1-4

 

Michigan Building Trades                          Letter of Agreement #1 – Medical Leave (unpaid)

 

Operating Engineers                                   Article (12) Income Disability Programs – C.1-6

 

Police Officers                                              (not addressed – some language about extended 

                                                                        absence due to duty-related injuries)

 

Service Employees Local 517-M               Article (33) Income Disability Programs – C.1-5

 

U.A.W. P&A Local 1979                              (not addressed)

 

U.A.W. Staff Assoc. Local 2071                Article (41) Income Disability Programs – C.1-5

 

Unite Here! Local 24 (Janitors)                  (not addressed)

 

Unite Here! Local 24 (Housekeepers)      (not addressed)

 

 

Note:    If you exhaust your sick/vacation time and have questions about Short Term Disability eligibility, please contact Total Compensation & Wellness at 313-577-3000.  If Short Term Disability is applicable, medical certification will be required before such status can be implemented.