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PDFWAC 415-106-270

Is compensation for periods of absence due to sickness or injury reportable compensation?

Compensation you receive for periods of absence due to sickness or injury, which is not covered by earned sick leave, qualifies as reportable compensation only as authorized by RCW 41.37.010(6) and this section.
(1) Assault pay qualifies as reportable compensation to the extent authorized by RCW 27.04.100, 72.01.045, and 72.09.240.
(2) Duty disability. You may make contributions and receive up to twelve consecutive months of service credit for periods of disability covered by Title 51 RCW or similar federal workers' compensation program as provided in RCW 41.37.060. In this case, the compensation you would have received but for the disability qualifies as reportable compensation to the extent authorized by RCW 41.37.060.
(3) Shared leave.
(a) If you are a state employee, as defined in RCW 41.04.655, the compensation you receive due to participation in a leave-sharing program qualifies as reportable compensation to the extent authorized by RCW 41.04.650 through 41.04.670.
(b) If you are not a state employee, shared leave payments are not specifically authorized by RCW 41.37.010(6) and do not qualify as reportable compensation.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 41.50.050(5), 27.04.100, 41.04.650 through 41.04.670, 41.37.010(6), 41.37.060, 72.01.045, and 72.09.240. WSR 08-02-046, ยง 415-106-270, filed 12/27/07, effective 1/27/08.]
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