Bereavement Leave Sample Clauses

Bereavement Leave. (a) Upon the death of an employee's spouse, spouse to include same sex partner, child or stepchild, an employee shall be granted leave up to a maximum of five (5) continuous calendar days without loss of pay. One of the days of leave shall include the day of the funeral or equivalent service. Additional days off with or without pay may be granted by the Employer. Part-time employees will be credited with seniority and service for all such leave. In the event of a delayed interment or ceremony for reason of religion or other protected grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code, an Employee may save one of the days identified above without loss of pay to attend the interment or ceremony.
Bereavement Leave. Any employee who notifies the Hospital as soon as possible following a bereavement will be granted bereavement leave for four (4) consecutive working days off without loss of regular pay from regularly scheduled hours in conjunction with the death of the spouse, child, or parent. Any employee who notifies the Hospital as soon as possible following a bereavement will be granted bereavement leave for three (3) consecutive working days off without loss of regular pay from regularly scheduled hours in conjunction with the death of the sister, brother, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son- in-law, daughter-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, brother-in-law, sister-in-law or grandparent of spouse. An employee shall be granted one (1) day bereavement leave without loss of regular pay from regularly scheduled hours to attend the funeral of his or her aunt or uncle, niece or nephew. The Hospital, in its discretion, may extend such leave with or without pay. Where an employee does not qualify under the above-noted conditions, the Hospital may, nonetheless, grant a paid bereavement leave. For the purpose of bereavement leave, the relationships specified in the preceding clause are deemed to include a common-law spouse and a partner of the same sex.
Bereavement Leave. An Employee shall be granted five (5) regularly scheduled consecutive work days bereavement leave, without loss of pay or benefits, on the death of a spouse, common-law spouse, same sex partner, a parent, step parent, adopted or foster parent of the employee or the employee’s spouse, a child, step-child, or foster child of the employee or the employee’s spouse, a grandparent, step grandparent, grandchild or step grandchild of the employee or of the employee’s spouse, the spouse of a child, the employee’s brother or sister, the employee’s parent-in-law, son- in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law. Such bereavement leave shall be taken at the time of that bereavement or at the time the Employee received notification of such bereavement. Proof of bereavement may be required by the Director of Labour Relations or designate. The definition of immediate family shall be deemed to apply equally to Employees engaged in a common-law relationship that are deemed to be spouses pursuant to the Family Law Reform Act, as amended. Where the burial occurs outside the Province, reasonable travelling time up to five (5) additional working days without pay may be granted at the discretion of the Employee’s Department Head. In order to receive the paid leave provided for in this Clause, absence must result in loss of time and pay from a regular shift and the Employee must have worked the day before or the day after, provided that an Employee granted leave without pay for compassionate purposes within fourteen (14) calendar days prior to death shall not lose benefits under this Clause. One Employee designated by the President of Local 5167 (or their alternate) from time to time shall be granted one (1) day off with pay for the purpose of attending the funeral of a member of Local 5167 or a retired member of Local 5167.
Bereavement Leave. (a) In the case of bereavement in the immediate family, an employee not on leave of absence without pay shall be entitled to special leave, at her/his regular rate of pay, from the date of death to and including the day of the funeral with, if necessary, an allowance for immediate return travelling time. At the employee's option this leave, in whole or in part, may be made available for a final visit to a terminally ill immediate family member. Bereavement leave shall not exceed three (3) working days. Immediate family is defined as an employee's parent, spouse, common-law spouse, grandparent, grandchild, child, brother, sister, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, legal guardian, legal ward, and any other relative permanently residing in the employee's household or with whom the employee permanently resides. In the event of the death of the employee's brother-in-law, sister-in-law, the employee shall be entitled to special leave for one (1) day for the purpose of attending the funeral.
Bereavement Leave. In the case of bereavement in the immediate family an employee not on leave of absence without pay shall be entitled to special leave at the regular rate of pay, for the period of bereavement which shall normally not exceed five (5) working days, including, if necessary, an allowance for immediate return travelling time. The leave shall commence from the date of death to and including the date of the funeral, cremation, or interment. However, in the event the funeral, cremation, or interment is not held until a later date, the leave may be taken non-consecutively within three (3) months of the date of death. Immediate family is defined as an employee's parent, wife, husband, common-law spouse, child, brother, sister, father-in-law, mother-in-law, grandparents, grandchild, and any relative who has been residing in the same household, or any other relative for whom an employee is required to administer bereavement responsibilities. If an employee is on vacation leave at the time of bereavement, the employee shall be granted bereavement leave and be credited the appropriate number of days to vacation leave credits.
Bereavement Leave. (a) In the case of death in the immediate family an employee not on leave of absence without pay shall be entitled to special leave, at their regular rate of pay. The leave will include the date of the funeral or the date of death with, if necessary, an allowance for immediate return travelling time. Such leave shall normally not exceed five workdays.
Bereavement Leave. A nurse who notifies the Hospital as soon as possible following a bereavement shall be granted three (3) consecutive working days off without loss of regular pay for scheduled hours, in conjunction with the day of the funeral of a member of her or his immediate family. "Immediate family" means parent, brother, sister, spouse, son, daughter, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, grandparent, grandparent of spouse or grandchild. A nurse shall be granted one (1) day bereavement leave without loss of regular earnings to attend the funeral of, or a memorial service (or equivalent) for her or his aunt, uncle, niece or nephew. "
Bereavement Leave. Notwithstanding the Hardship Leave or Sick Leave eligibility criteria of the affected collective bargaining agreements, employees shall be eligible for a maximum of twenty-four (24) hours paid bereavement leave, prorated for part-time employees. The Agency may request documentation. If additional earned leave is needed, an employee may request to use earned sick leave credits, or leave without pay, at the option of the employee for any period of absence from employment to discharge the customary obligations arising from a death in the immediate family or the employee’s spouse. Employees may, with prior authorization, use accrued vacation leave or compensatory time. Regular and Trial Service employees may be eligible to receive up to forty (40) hours of donated leave, to be used consecutively. The employee must have exhausted all available accumulated leave and qualify to receive hardship leave. For purposes of this Article, “immediate family” shall include the employee’s or the employee spouse’s parent, wife, husband, child, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather, grandchild, or the equivalent of each for domestic partners, or another member of the immediate household.
Bereavement Leave. An employee who notifies the Employer as soon as possible following a bereavement will be granted bereavement leave for up to three (3) working days without loss of regular pay, provided that the three (3) days fall within the three (3) day period before and the three (3) day period following the funeral and is inclusive of the day of the funeral. An employee may elect to take one of the three days, of which the employee is entitled to under this Article, for a memorial service or other event associated with the deceased member of the employee’s family which may take place at a later date. Immediate family for the purposes of this section, shall mean spouse, child, parent, sister, brother, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son/daughter-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and grandparent of spouse. In the event of the death of an aunt, uncle, niece or nephew, the Employer will allow the employee to take a lieu day, vacation day or float day for the purpose of attending the funeral. The Employer, in its discretion, may extend such leave with or without pay.
Bereavement Leave. Each regular employee shall be eligible for a paid leave of absence of up to three (3) days for a death in the immediate family for purposes of attending the funeral or attending to matters associated with the death in the same week. Immediate family shall be defined as including spouse, child, step-child, legal ward, parent, step-parent, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother, step-brother, brother-in-law, sister, step-sister, sister-in-law, grandchild, step grandchild, grandparent, spouse’s grandparent, or other resident family member of the employee's immediate household. Upon request of the employee, a department head may grant an extension of the above three (3) day period in the event long distance travel is required or due to the close nature of the family relationship. Any such extension shall be charged against an employee's unused paid leave accruals, and in no event shall a paid bereavement leave exceed five (5) working days. Employees may utilize any paid leave accruals (including sick leave) for an extension granted due to the death of a spouse, parent or child. In all other extensions granted pursuant to this paragraph an employee must utilize a paid leave accrual other than sick leave. These extensions shall not count as an occurrence under the following policies; AttendanceDD, Performance Appraisal and Development – F and Short term Disability (Sick Leave) – O. Only days absent which would have been compensable work days are eligible for payment under this section. No payment shall be made during an unpaid leave of absence. Payment shall be made on the basis of the employee's straight time rate or rates of pay in effect during the period of bereavement.