TSA (Transportation Security Administration) Sick Days

56 employees reported this benefit
Updated Jul 21, 2014
14 Ratings

Employer Summary

TSA grants personal leave days for illness.

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Employee Comments

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Jan 8, 2020
Current Supervisory transportation security Officer in Seatac, Washington State

Use and get placed on restrictions.

Nov 21, 2018
Former FAM in Newark, New Jersey

4 hours every two weeks. you can let them add up forever and then cash them in at retirement.

Jul 15, 2018
Former Transportation Security Officer in Jacksonville, Florida

You can accrue sick days, but they really don't like people calling out. They require proof (doctor's note..especially when you are on probation or call out a lot).

Aug 21, 2017
Current Program Analyst in Washington, District of Columbia

Excellent sick leave plan for govt employees.

Oct 3, 2016
Former TSO (Transportation Security Officer) in Charlotte, North Carolina

These are accrued days, but if you get sick you may be eligible for advanced sick leave. You may opt for leave without pay.

Sep 1, 2016
Current TSO (Transportation Security Officer) in New York, New York State

you get 240 hours of sick time

Jun 16, 2016
Former TSO (Transportation Security Officer) in Lihue, Hawaii

Terrrible terriblle terrible, terrible, even if you are sick or under the weather fir two days they require a doctirs note for just one day

Mar 9, 2016
Former TSA OFFICER in Saint Paul, Minnesota

very understanding if you don' abuse it

Feb 14, 2016
Current Tso in Salt Lake City, Utah

Management challenges if you really went to the doctor or guilt trips you into coming in.

Dec 15, 2015
Current Tso in Orlando, Florida

I don't find anything to be the worst

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