Time Off Program

R&R time is essential. And that’s true whether the R&R is “resting and relaxing” or “rafting and rumba-ing.” However you want to spend your time away from work, CSL wants to give you plenty of opportunities to recharge. 

If you’re a full-time employee, you’re eligible for PTO. Starting on your 90th day of employment, you begin accruing PTO days based on the number of years you’ve worked at CSL.

Years of Completed Service Days/Hours Per Year Accrual Maximum
Less than 3 years 15 days/120 hours 25 days/200 hours
3 years but less than 9 years 20 days/160 hours 25 days/200 hours
9 years but less than 19 years 25 days/200 hours 25 days/200 hours
19 years or more 30 days/240 hours 30 days/240 hours

Be sure to request your PTO in advance through Employee Cloud (for salaried employees) or Kronos (for hourly employees). You can carry over unused PTO from one year to the next. Once you’ve met the maximum accruable amount of PTO, your PTO will stop accruing until it drops below the maximum accrual.

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Wellness Days

CSL believes that supporting you in prioritizing your health and wellbeing is essential. During the pandemic, we’ve taken a number of steps to help you manage the challenges that we’ve all faced at home and at work. One of the ways we’ve done this is by providing you with two Wellness Days a year, which you can use to focus on your physical and emotional wellbeing when you need it most. Note: If you're a new hire, your Wellness Days will be prorated based on your hire date.

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CSL supports the communities where you live and work by offering volunteer opportunities and other community-building programs. Each of our locations also has unique programs to support the community.

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Jury Duty

No need to use your PTO while you’re doing your civic duty. If you get called for jury duty or trial witness testimony, you’ll continue to get paid at your regular pay rate for a period of up to four weeks. Any leave beyond that will be unpaid.

Be sure to notify your manager as soon as you receive a notice or summons from the court and initiate a request for approval in Employee Cloud.

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