Bargaining Unit Employees. If a temporary employee is hired into a permanent position, their seniority shall be retroactive to their date of hire as a temporary employee.
Bargaining Unit Employees. Employees may use the University telephone system for representational activities if there is no cost to the University, the call is brief in duration and it does not disrupt or distract from University business. Bargaining unit employees may use University owned e-mail to request Union representation.
Bargaining Unit Employees. 1. The Company and the Union mutually agree that bargaining unit employees shall be those with the job titles listed in Appendix A of this Contract. It is further understood that job classifications set up during the life of this Contract which are not management jobs shall be considered to be included in the bargaining unit.
Bargaining Unit Employees. The Employer has the right to assign Employees to perform whatever work the Employer deems appropriate in connection with any print, web, video, podcast, multimedia or other projects, programs, partnerships or activities in which the Employer directly or indirectly participates, presently or in the future. Work assignments to Employees may include new work or work previously assigned to the Employer staff not covered by this Agreement (including but not limited to managers or supervisors).
Bargaining Unit Employees. The provisions of Sections 15.2.1 and 15.2.3 shall not apply to any employee included in a unit of employees covered by a collective bargaining agreement if, within the meaning of section 416(i)(4) of the Code, retirement benefits were the subject of good faith bargaining.
Bargaining Unit Employees. Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance shall provide two time (2x) the employee’s base salary. Employees hired after Date of Ratification, 1996: The Company agrees to provide active full-time employees until retirement, Life Insurance equivalent to one (1) times an employee’s annual earnings. The Company agrees to provide all active full-time employees with Accidental Death and Dismemberment benefit coverage equal to one (1) times the employee’s annual earnings in case of accidental death. Coverage is also provided for other losses such as speech, hearing, use of arms, legs, etc. . . . Employees hired after Date of Ratificaton, 1996: The Company agrees to provide Short Term Disability benefits to all active full-time employees on the following basis: - first day of accident, or - first full day of hospitalization, or - commencing with the fourth day of sickness. The plan will pay 66 2/3% of the employee’s basic earnings to a maximum of $550 per week for the first two (2) weeks, then Unemployment insurance will pay fifteen (15) weeks, then the Plan will resume payments for thirty-five (35) weeks. Employees hired after Date of Ratification, 1996: The Company agrees to provide Long Term Disability benefits for active full-time employees after fifty-two (52) weeks if an employee is unable to perform any occupation (reasonably suited by means of training, education or experience). The Plan will provide for sixty percent (60%) of the employee’s basic earnings subject to a maximum monthly benefit of $1,500. Coverage would cease the date an employee attains normal retirement age. The total premium cost of the above benefits is to be shared between the Company and the employee, as hereinafter provided. The Company will arrange with its Group Insurers to deduct income tax from Weekly Indemnity and Long Term Disability benefits payable under these policies at the time payment of benefits is made. * Increases in the maximum Weekly Indemnity and Long Term Disability benefits apply only to employees who are on the active payroll of the Company on the date the increases become effective. An Employee’s benefits under the Disability Policy will not be affected by any disability insurance which he has purchased privately.