Bereavement Sample Clauses

Bereavement. In each case of death in the immediate family, a teacher shall be allowed a maximum of seven (7) consecutive calendar days without loss of pay. This leave may commence, at the discretion of the teacher, on the day of the death or the day after the death. Request may be made by the teacher for a variance of the starting day and may be granted at the discretion of the Superintendent. The immediate family for this purpose shall include spouse, parent, stepparent, child, stepchild, sibling, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, or any person who has an established and recognized home in the home of the teacher. Any other relationship must be approved by the Superintendent or his designee. In each case of death of a sister-in-law or brother-in-law a maximum of two (2) consecutive school days' leave of absence shall be allowed. In the case of delayed interment the employee shall be paid up to two (2) additional days. At the discretion of the Superintendent or his designee, a teacher may be allowed up to one day to attend the funeral of a person such as an uncle, aunt or grandparent-in-law. A second day may be granted in the event the funeral for which such leave is granted takes place more than two hundred fifty (250) miles from Merrillville.
Bereavement. Any employee who notifies the Hospital as soon as possible following a bereavement will be granted bereavement leave for up to four (4) consecutive scheduled working days off without loss of regular pay from regularly scheduled hours within the nine (9) calendar day period commencing three (3) calendar days prior to the day of the funeral of a member of her immediate family. If a burial or memorial service is not held within the nine (9) calendar day period referenced above, an employee can utilize one (1) day of their entitlement, as determined above, within six (6) months following the date of bereavement, for the purposes of attending such burial or memorial service. Employees shall suffer no loss of seniority or service for such leave.For clarity, such credit shall only apply to bereavement leave with pay. Immediate family, for the purposes of this section, shall mean spouse, child, parent, sister, brother, mother-in-law, father-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, brother-in-law, sister-in-law and grandparent of spouse. "Spouse" for the purposes of bereavement leave will include a partner of the same sex or as defined in the Family Law Act.An employee who notifies the Hospital as soon as possible following a bereavement will be granted a bereavement leave of one (1) scheduled working day off without loss of regular pay from regularly scheduled hours to attend the funeral of, or a memorial service (or equivalent) for her aunt, uncle, niece or nephew.The Hospital, in its discretion, may extend such leave with or without pay. Furthermore, where an employee does not qualify under the above-noted conditions, the Hospital may, nonetheless, grant a paid bereavement leave.
Bereavement. In the event of death in the immediate family, an employee shall be granted up to five (5) days of leave of absence at the time of such death. The leave granted shall be without loss of salary or deduction from personal illness or disability leave, but it shall not be cumulative. The immediate family shall mean father, mother, son, daughter, husband, wife, brother, sister, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son- in-law, daughter-in-law, grandparent or grandchild. In case of death of some other relatives, up to two (2) days of absence with full pay shall be granted. Other relatives shall be construed to mean sister-in-law, brother-in-law, aunt or uncle. The death of some other person may warrant the same treatment as listed for one of the above categories. Additionally, based on travel distance, the death of some other relative may warrant up to three (3) days of leave. Such cases will be considered on an individual basis by the responsible administrator. The amount of leave allowed for the death of some other person and/or relative is subject to the discretion of the responsible administrator and the granting or withholding of such leave shall not be precedential nor subject to the provisions of Article XV of this Agreement. Bereavement leave may be used on an intermittent basis. Days not used at the time of the death of a family member may be requested at a later date for purposes related to estate issues. For estate issues that may necessitate additional leave, requests may be made under Section O of this Article of the Agreement.
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. 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. Leave may be taken for the death of an immediate family member. 9141 Days AllowedThree (3) consecutive days or five (5) consecutive days, if out-of- state travel is required, of leave shall be granted for each death in the immediate family. 9142 Immediate Family DefinedCovered by this section are the employee’s spouse, children, mother, father, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother, sister, son-in- law, daughter-in-law, grandparents, and grandchildren of the unit member or spouse, or any relative living in the immediate household of the unit member.
Bereavement. Leave with pay up to five (5) consecutive standard workdays shall be granted by the department head in case of the death of a mother, father, spouse, registered domestic partner, parents of a spouse or registered domestic partner, grandparents, sister, brother, son, daughter, or son or daughter of a registered domestic partner of a regular employee. 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. An additional leave of up to seven (7) calendar days, excluding legal holidays, shall be allowed immediately following the death of the employee's spouse, parents, children, brother, sister, father-in-law, mother-in-law, or person living in the same home as part of the family. Up to three (3) calendar days shall be allowed for death of grandparent, grandchild, grandparent-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, daughter-in• law, son-in-law, aunt, uncle, niece,or nephew. These days are not cumulative. The Director/Designee may grant additional days or address concerns with the start of the bereavement leave, if, in his/herjudgment, the circumstances warrant such action.
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. An employee who has completed his/her first 90 calendar days of work will be granted up to five (5) days of bereavement leave with pay for each death in the immediate family -- spouse, domestic partner, parents, parents-in-law, brothers, sisters, children, grandparents, grandchildren -- or any person who is wholly dependent upon the employee. The District will provide up to 2 (two) days for the death of aunts, uncles, brothers in-law, sisters in-law, children in-law and grandparents in-law. However, if extenuating circumstances, such as travel needs and funeral arrangements require the employee to be absent more than five (5) days, additional leave with full pay may be approved by the Superintendent or designee. If death occurs to others of close relationship or connection, absence, if requested, may be approved by the Superintendent of Schools or designee.