Bereavement. Part-time employees shall be entitled to the same coverage as is provided to full-time employees with payment based on the actual hours they were scheduled to work.
Bereavement. After 90 days of employment, a nurse who has experienced a death of a significant person in the family life of the nurse will be granted up to thirty-six (36) scheduled hours with pay within fourteen (14) consecutive calendar days from notice of death. For purposes of this paragraph, a significant person in the family life of the nurse shall be defined as a grandparent, parent, spouse, sibling, child, grandchild, the step or in-law equivalent of parent, sibling or child, or a person who was an integral part of the employee’s household. If the nurse is scheduled for less than 36 hours during the unanticipated absence, the employee will be granted bereavement leave for the total number of scheduled hours during that period. Per diem nurses may receive bereavement leave only when scheduled in advance to work and the bereavement leave conflicts with the scheduled work. All bereavement leave requests must be approved by the nurse’s supervisor prior to the leave. If additional time for the leave is necessary, the nurse must request PTO for such additional time and obtain the supervisor’s approval in advance. The supervisor has the right to require proof of death (i.e., a copy of the death certificate) from the nurse.
Bereavement. A full-time and part-time employee shall be entitled to up to three (3) days off with pay, but no more than 22.5 hours, for time lost from the employee's regularly scheduled work in the event of the death of an employee's parent, spouse, grandparents, brother, sister, child, stepparents, stepchild, mother in law or father in law. Compensation hereunder shall be provided only for those scheduled workdays that fall between the date of death and the day after the funeral/burial services. An employee shall be entitled to one (1) day off with pay in the event of the death of any blood aunt and uncle, niece and nephew. Employees who wish to attend the funeral for other relatives may use vacation/personal time that will not be unreasonably denied depending upon staffing and other operational needs. The Hospital will not unreasonably deny the use of benefit time or unpaid leave to extend the bereavement leave. Appropriate documentation of relationship and proof of death may be required.
Bereavement. Leave with pay up to five (5) consecutive standard workdays shall be granted during a calendar year by the department head in case of the death of a mother, father, spouse, registered domestic partner, parents of a spouse or domestic partner, grandparents, sister, brother, son, daughter, or son or daughter of a registered domestic partner of a Regular Hire employee. Approved bereavement leave may be used on a non-consecutive basis within three months of the death of the family member. Bereavement leave in case of death of other persons may be granted only upon approval of the County Administrator. Bereavement leave shall be charged against accumulated sick leave.
Bereavement. Upon request, an employee will be granted up to five (5) paid days for each occurrence for making arrangements, traveling to and attending a funeral or memorial service, or handling related estate business for the death of a family member as defined in the following list. With the approval of the supervisor, employees may take sick leave or leave without pay for an additional five (5) days of bereavement leave. Family member is defined for this purpose as parent, step parent, sister, brother, spouse, mother-in-law, father-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, son, daughter, stepchild, a child in the custody of and residing in the home of an employee, domestic partner, and corresponding relatives of employee’s spouse or domestic partner. For purposes of this section, “domestic partners” are defined as persons who reside in the same home who have reciprocal duties to and do provide financial and/or emotional support for one another. Employees may take up to two (2) days of sick leave or leave without pay for bereavement leave for the death of a family member not listed above.
Bereavement. A total of five (5) working days may be allowed per bereavement of the following: father, mother, spouse, child, or common-law spouse. A total of three (3) working days may be allowed per bereavement of the following: brother, sister, grandparent, grandchild, father-in-law, mother-in-law, sister-in- law, brother-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, fiance or other person in loco parentis or any relative who lived in the home. One (1) work day may be allowed per bereavement to attend the funeral of a grandparent-in-law, aunt, uncle, niece or nephew. In case of extenuating circumstances, application may be made to the Director of Education, or designate, for additional time under this Article. For any working days which fall in this period and for which approval is granted, there shall be no deduction of pay.
Bereavement. Subd. 1. Up to five (5) days of bereavement leave per incident shall be allowed for death in the employee’s immediate family. The immediate family includes: spouse, parent, child, grandchild, brother, sister, father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandparents, spouse’s grandparents, uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, corresponding step-persons, and persons for whom they are legally responsible to make decisions. All absences for bereavement will be deducted from accrued accumulative leave. Bereavement leave for persons outside the immediate family will be counted as discretionary leave and deducted from accrued accumulative leave.
Bereavement. All employees shall receive up to five (5) days leave, if neces- sary, with pay without deduction from sick/personal days, be- cause of death in the family. An employee may request one bereavement day to attend the funeral of a close personal friend. Family shall be defined as: mother, father, sister, brother, hus- band, wife, daughter, son, mother-in-law, father-in-law, sister-in -law, brother-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, grandparent, grandchild or any person in loco parentis, members of blended families or other persons in a similar relationship to the family household.
Bereavement. In the case of bereavement, a permanent employee having at least six (6) month's service shall be granted five (5) day’s leave of absence without loss of pay in the following instances: death of a parent or guardian, spouse, same sex spouse/partner or child and three (3) day's leave of absence without loss of pay for the death of a brother, sister, father-in-law, mother-in-law and grandparents, an employee will be allowed one (1) day leave of absence without loss of pay to attend the funeral services in the case of brother-in-law and sister-in-law. Such leaves must be commenced with 7 days of the death of the listed family member, except in extenuating circumstances. If requested, the employee must provide adequate evidence of bereavement, to the Human Resources Department upon his/her return from leave.