An Employee on Sample Clauses

An Employee on a reduced appointment shall continue to participate in the University of Winnipeg Pension Plan and other staff benefit plans provided for in Article 17, Staff Benefits. Except as provided in Clause 20.1.11 below, both the Employee's and the Employer's contributions shall be based on the Normal Salary and coverage for the University of Winnipeg Pension Plan and the Life Insurance Plan shall be based on the Normal Salary (subject to Canada Revenue Agency regulations concerning periods of unpaid service). For Pension purposes, an Employee on a reduced appointment shall receive credited service in accordance with the terms of the University of Winnipeg Pension Plan.
An Employee on. WorkersCompensation may accrue up to one (1) year of service credit in determining his/her salary, including longevity, or vacation eligibility. These advance credits will become effective upon employee’s return to work. Vacation time will be accrued at the normal rate for one year during disability leave. If such disability leave extends beyond one year, vacation time will not be accrued during the extended time. In the event an employee is declared to have a permanent total disability verified by the Board’s physician, he/she shall receive a contribution toward the premium for health and life insurance, commensurate to an employee retiring with thirty (30) years of service.
An Employee on sick leave shall furnish a written signed statement to his supervisor to justify the usage of sick leave. If the Employee fails to submit a sick leave request form within thirty (30) calendar days of returning to work, the Employee shall forfeit any paid time and shall be unpaid (unless the failure to do so was not in the Employee’s control). If medical attention is required, a certificate stating the nature of the illness from a licensed physician shall be required to justify the sick leave usage. If absence due to illness or injury exceeds three (3) working days, a certificate from a licensed physician stating the nature of the illness or injury shall be required to justify the sick leave usage. If the illness or injury continues to seven (7) or more calendar days, weekly written statements from a licensed physician stating the nature of the illness or injury, and a prognosis for recovery will be required to justify the use of sick leave. If the City Manager believes there is reason to doubt the employee’s actual sickness, he may require evidence thereof and if such evidence would not convince a reasonable man of the fact of the illness, sick leave will not be granted.
An Employee on. Call called to work at other than during his or her normal work hours shall be paid in accordance with the applicable Visit Rate set forth in the table above for each visit made outside his or her normal work hours as full compensation.
An Employee on. Call called to work at other than during his or her normal work hours shall be paid in accordance with the applicable Visit Rate set forth in the table above. for each visit made outside his or her normal work hours as full compensation. In addition to the per visit rate described above, an Employee who makes a post-partum visit to a mother and her well baby(ies) is paid an additional twenty dollars and seventy-five cents ($20.75) for each visit, effective January 1, 2012, and twenty-one dollars and twenty cents ($21.20) for each visit, effective January 1, 2013.
An Employee on call may initiate a call‐out as per approved procedures or practices of the Town as defined by the appropriate Department Head.
An Employee on an On-the-Job Injury Leave will continue to accrue seniority for all purposes for one hundred eighty (180) days from the last day paid for purposes of pay, Sick Leave and vacation accrual provided that the Employee may not take Sick Leave or vacation accrued during the period of the leave until after the Employee returns to active service.