Break in Service Sample Clauses

Break in Service. No absence under any paid leave provisions in this Article shall be considered as a break in service for any faculty member who is in paid status, and all benefits accruing under the provision of this Agreement shall continue to accrue.
Break in Service. A break-in-service is a separation or interruption of employment without pay of more than two (2) years. If an employee has a break-in-service that does not exceed two (2) years, they shall be given credit for the time worked prior to the break-in-service. Seniority will also be adjusted for leaves without pay in excess of one (1) year.
Break in Service. A break in service is a separation or interruption of employment without pay of more than two (2) years.
Break in Service. No absence under any paid leave provisions of this article shall be considered as a break in service for any employee who is in paid status, and all benefits accruing under the provisions of this agreement shall continue to accrue under such absence. No period of unpaid absence of less than three (3) months shall be considered a break in service for the purpose of earning seniority under this agreement.
Break in Service. No leave of absence granted by the Employer shall be deemed to be a break in service.
Break in Service. A break in service is a separation or interruption of employment without pay for more than two (2) years. If an employee has a break in service that does not exceed two (2) years, he/she shall be given credit for the time worked prior to the break in service. Seniority will also be adjusted for leaves without pay in excess of one (1) year. Leave without pay pursuant to USERRA shall be recognized as service time pursuant to law.
Break in Service. A break in service results from a separation from employment with the District because of resignation, retirement, layoff, or termination during probation or dismissal. Unless expressly provided elsewhere in this Agreement, a break in service results in loss of permanent status, seniority, accumulated sick leave, personal necessity leave credit, vacation status, placement on the salary schedule, and eligibility for retiree and other benefits. No paid leave of absence shall constitute a break in service. No unpaid leave of absence shall constitute a break in service (see 10.11) but time spent on an unpaid leave shall not count toward attainment of permanent status, accrual of seniority, accrual of sick leave, vacation leave or personal necessity leave credit, advancement on the salary schedule, or eligibility for retirement and other benefits.
Break in Service. Employees on the Department payroll as of June 30, 1982, who have had a break in service, shall have their annual leave accrued as if their combined years of service were continuous and without break. For persons hired or rehired on July 1, 1982, of thereafter, the provisions of 19.1 shall be applied and any break in service shall not be bridged for the purpose of accruing annual leave.
Break in Service. No absence under any paid leave provisions of this article shall be considered a break in service for any employee who is in paid status, and all benefits accruing under the provisions of this Agreement shall continue to accrue under such absence.