31 employees reported this benefit
It is flexible. You just need to work with your advisor
10 hours per month, pretty good.
Could be more I bet... If you won't use it till the end of your contract you will receive about 1/12 of the equivalent per day (or about that number) of your salary.
These are in addition to vacation days!
Generally very flexible for sick days.
As a contractor, I got none.
10 hours a month is very reasonable. Even better if your manager allows remote work so you don't have to take as much time off for appointments.
It's rather dependent on the position and the supervisor. Tends to be rather flexible, with the exception of teaching classes.
University employees get tons of sick time
There are always people who want to cover and grab more hours!