Last updated on: February 22nd, 2022
Hours & Pay Regulations
Annual Leave is based on an agreement between employer and employee.
Employers must pay employees covered by Indiana’s minimum wage law at least $7.25 an hour. Counties, municipalities, and townships may not mandate the payment of a higher minimum wage, with the exception of contracts to which they are a party.
The above information on minimum wages might not be up to date & subject to change. Kindly access the DOL website for the current rates.
Eligible employees may take a leave of absence during one(1) or more of the following periods:
- During the 30 days before active duty orders are in effect; and/or
- During a period in which the person ordered to active duty is on leave while active duty orders are in effect; and/or
- During the 30 days after the active duty orders are terminated.
The leave of absence may not exceed the equivalent of 10 working days in each calendar year. The employee may choose to use accrued vacation or personal leave or earned compensatory time off to remain in pay status during a leave.
The Victims Economic Security and Safety Act (VESSA) provides that an employee who is a victim of domestic or sexual violence or has a family or household member who is a victim of such violence and is employed by a private employer with 50 or more employees or by a state or local government or school district may take up to 12 workweeks of unpaid leave during any 12-month period to address the violence. An employee working for an employer with 15 to 49 employees is entitled to up to 8 workweeks of leave during any 12-month period. This leave may be used to seek medical attention or counseling, obtain services from a victim services organization, participate in safety planning or relocation, or seek legal assistance.
State employees are entitled to up to 30 days of paid leave for organ donation. (§4-15-16-8).