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Work-Life Flexibility

Work-Life Enrichment Programs create a more flexible, responsive work environment to support an employee’s commitments to community, family and home.  Balancing family, personal and work life is important to maintain a diverse, effective and engaged workforce.

Holidays & Vacation Time accrue according to the length of your service.  In addition to 10 paid holidays per calendar year, paid vacation can range from 13 to 26 days per year, for full-time employees, depending on how long you have worked for the federal government.  Paid vacation time is earned at a pro-rated rate for part-time employees.

Sick Leave, full-time employees receive 13 paid sick days per year.  Sick leave is earned at a pro-rated rate for part-time employees.

Flexible Work Schedules offer options to manage today’s family and work needs.  Eligible employees can take advantage of flextime or compressed work schedules with their supervisor’s approval.

Telework offers employees in eligible positions the opportunity to perform their duties at alternative work sites, which may include an employee’s home.

Child Care related services offered by the United States Mint include Tuition for Licensed Care (TLC), which provides financial assistance for licensed childcare to qualifying employees.

Transportation Subsidy may be available to employees who come to work via public transportation.

Family & Personal Leave Programs provide Family/Medical leave to employees to care for newborns, adopted children and other family members under covered circumstances.

Nursing Room, a quiet room with a locking refrigerator and comfortable chairs, is provided in all United States Mint locations to help nursing mothers make the transition back to work.