Any Employee Sample Clauses

Any Employee upon approval from the Company, shall be allowed to inspect his/her own disciplinary file in the presence of the Company, during normal business hours. Approval will not be unreasonably withheld. Any officer of the Union, on behalf of the Employee, may accompany the Employee to inspect his/her own disciplinary file subject to the written authorization of the Employee. Warnings shall be removed from the Employee’s personnel file after one (1) year of non-reoccurrence.
Any Employee s reinstatement after sick leave will be conditional upon his/her supplying, when requested, a certificate from a physician that he/she is capable of performing his/her duties and responsibilities. In any event, the Employer may at any time request that an Employee attend a physician(s) of the Employer’s choosing for purposes of a medical examination. When such request is made of an Employee, it shall be complied with provided the Employee is physically able to so attend. The Employer shall pay the medical fees and lost time, if any, arising from such examination.

Related to Any Employee

  • An Employee (a) who is sent home at any time or times during the week because of lack of work or inclement weather, or

  • New Employee 34.01(a) (i) Unless the Parties agree, in writing, to an extension of the probationary period, all Employees who work greater than twenty-four (24) hours per week shall be considered probationary for a period of up to three (3) calendar months following date of appointment to the University.

  • No New Employees New employees shall not be hired until those laid off have been given an opportunity of recall.

  • Employee Employee’s rights and obligations under this Agreement shall not be transferable by Employee by assignment or otherwise, without the prior written consent of the Company; provided, however, that if Employee shall die, all amounts then payable to Employee hereunder shall be paid in accordance with the terms of this Agreement to Employee’s devisee, legatee, or other designee, or if there be no such designee, to Employee’s estate.

  • Shift Employees Employees who work rotating shift patterns or those who work qualifying shifts shall be entitled, on completion of 12 months employment on shift work, to up to an additional 5 days annual leave, based on the number of qualifying shifts worked. The entitlement will be calculated on the annual leave anniversary date. Qualifying shifts are defined as a shift which involves at least 2 hours work performed outside the hours of 8.00am to 5.00pm, excluding overtime. Number of qualifying shifts per annum Number of days additional leave per annum 121 or more 5 days 96 – 120 4 days 71 – 95 3 days 46 – 70 2 days 21 – 45 1 day

  • DNR Employees An employee of the Department of Natural Resources may meet the basic eligibility requirement for participation in the Group Insurance Program based on a combination of seasonal and temporary project employment. Eligibility commences after completion of three (3) years of continuous service in which the basic eligibility requirements are met; continues until the employee completes a year in which the basic eligibility requirements are not met; and commences again after the employee meets or is anticipated to meet the basic eligibility requirements in one (1) year.

  • Other Employment Employee shall devote all of his or her business time, attention, knowledge and skills solely to the business and interest of Employer and its Affiliates, and Employer and its Affiliates shall be entitled to all of the benefits, profits and other emoluments arising from or incident to all work, services and advice of Employee, and Employee shall not, during the Term hereof, become interested directly or indirectly, in any manner, as partner, officer, director, stockholder, advisor, employee or in any other capacity in any other business similar to Employer’s business; provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall be deemed to prevent or limit the right of Employee to invest in a business similar to Employer’s business if such investment is limited to less than 5% of the capital stock or other securities of any corporation or similar organization whose stock or securities are publicly owned or are regularly traded on any public exchange or less than 1% of the capital stock of any other entity.