A half Sample Clauses

A half. (0.5) day leave with pay may be granted to all employees, except temporary employees, who attend the funeral of a relative exclusive of those listed in Article 9.05.01. In extenuating circumstances, this leave shall be extended up to one (1) day.
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A half. Time Pilot remains in all other aspects a Full-Time Pilot until their leave credits (excluding sick leave credits) have been used up. At that time, they will be considered as having retired, unless the Pilots’ Committee and the Authority agree to allow the Pilot to return to full-time status, and they may do so before the Half-time Pilot has exhausted all of their leave credits. PART "B" – PART-TIME PILOTS'
A half time employee is defined as an employee who is regularly scheduled to work a minimum of twenty (20) but less than forty (40) hours per week.

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