If you resign or your employer terminates your employment, you may choose to retain your aggregate qualifying service and your accrual of LSL credits and be paid for that accrued LSL at a later date.
If you cease to be an eligible employee and at that time have become entitled to take a period of LSL, you may request your employer to pay you for your leave not taken.
If you cease to be an eligible employee because of ill health or retirement on or after age 60, and have any period of qualifying service, you may request your employer to pay you
for your LSL credits.
If your employment ceases because you’re made redundant and at that time have at least six years qualifying service, you can request your employer pay you for your accrued LSL credits.
If you die and at the time of death you have qualifying service, your accrued LSL credits can be paid to your estate.