Ceremonial Leave. An employee who is legitimately required by Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander tradition to be absent from work for Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander ceremonial purposes will be entitled to up to ten working days unpaid leave in any one year, with the approval of the employer.
Ceremonial Leave. Ceremonial Leave without pay may be granted with approval of the Chief Executive, to an employee of Aboriginal descent for ceremonial purposes: • Connected with the death of a member of the family; or • For other ceremonial obligations under Aboriginal law. The maximum period of ceremonial leave shall be 10 working days in a calendar year. Ceremonial leave granted is in addition to other leave to which an employee is entitled and does not count for days of service for any purpose.
Ceremonial Leave. 25.1 An Aboriginal person or Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander is a person who identifies as such and furthermore is regarded as an Aboriginal person or Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander by members of their community. An employee who is required by Aboriginal or Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander tradition to be absent from work for Aboriginal or Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander ceremonial purposes, may apply to use up to ten (10) days of unpaid leave entitlement for the purposes of Ceremonial Leave in each 2 year (calendar) period.
Ceremonial Leave. A full or part time employee who is legitimately required by her/his cultural tradition to be absent from work for ceremonial purposes may apply to take up to 10 days unpaid ceremonial leave in any one year.
Ceremonial Leave. Westmead Rehabilitation recognises the obligations placed on Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander employees to participate in ceremonial activities and other cultural obligations. To allow employees to meet obligations and participate in activities, all full time and part time employees are entitled to unpaid leave each year to participate in NAIDOC Week activities or other cultural or ceremonial events.