|Policy Number: 609
||Effective Date: 3/1/95
||Georgetown University encourages eligible employees to
register and vote in national, state, and local elections. In cases
where unusual working hours or distant travel is involved, the
University will permit an employee to arrive late or to depart early
from work to exercise the right to vote.
||The University supports each individual's right to vote
and will provide the necessary time away from work when an employee's
work schedule does not permit time to vote during the hours the polls
If an employee is unable to vote before or after work hours
due to an extended work schedule, the employee must inform the immediate
supervisor and arrange for time off to vote.
Time off from work for voting must be recorded as administrative leave with pay.
||Each department is responsible for providing time away
from work for an employee to vote if the employee's work schedule does
not permit sufficient time to vote before or after work.
||For more information concerning voting time, contact the appropriate Human Resources department.