Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Under the Deferred Salary Leave provisions, you may defer 10% to 33% of your salary for 12 months to 72 months.
You may take a leave of absence for 6 months to 12 months and the leave must be approved.
Enrolment in the DSLP is allowed during the semi‑annual application periods of:
April 1 to May 15; and
October 1 to November 15.
The DSLP cannot serve as an early retirement benefit (you cannot retire immediately following your leave of absence). At least two months prior to the end of your leave of absence, you must advise your Human Resources Branch in writing of your intent to return to work.
During your leave period your coverage continues and benefits remain in effect based upon your gross pre-deferral salary.
As a member of the Public Employees Disability Income Plan, your coverage continues and benefits remain in effect based upon your gross pre-deferral salary.
As a member of the SGEU LTD Plan, there is no provision for premiums to be deducted during the leave of absence period. Premium payments are to be arranged with and directed through the SGEU office.
If you are enrolled in the Public Employees Dental Plan and the Extended Health Care Plan your coverage continues and benefits remain in effect.
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