Childbirth Sample Clauses

Childbirth. Childbirth means the live birth of a child, or a still birth after a pregnancy lasting at least 24 weeks
Childbirth. A male employee shall be allowed leave for the birth or adoption of his child. This leave will be deducted from annual leave for that employee.
Childbirth. The rules below replace section 10(6) para B. Agency staff who, on the expected date of delivery, have been in paid employment with the same temporary staff agency for at least 1,443 hours within the past three years, or who have completed nine monthslength of service, are entitled to maternity pay from four weeks before the expected date of delivery (pregnancy leave) and up to 14 weeks after the birth (maternity leave). Adoptive parents who when they take custody of the child have been in paid employment with the same temporary staff agency for at least 1,443 hours within the past three years, or how have nine months’ of length of service, are paid from four weeks before receipt of the child and until 14 weeks after receipt, to the extent that section 8 of the Entitlement to Leave and Benefits in the Event of Childbirth entitles to a period off. Wages correspond to the wages the employee would have earned during the period. The amount includes the maximum unemployment benefit rate determined by legislation. Fathers receive wages for up to two weeks' paternity leave subject to the same conditions. If the period between two temporary posts for the same temporary staff agency exceeds 12 months, all previously accrued length of service will lapse.
Childbirth a. A member of the unit shall notify the State District Superintendent of a pregnancy as soon as practical. The District shall grant maternity leave without pay to any member upon request, to commence on the day requested by the member so long as the effective date of the leave conforms to the most recent decisions of the Commission of Education, State and Federal Court decisions, and State Law.
Childbirth the father of the child shall receive one day on the day the child is born and one day on the day the child is brought home. The employees covered under this Agreement shall be eligible for Parental Leave under the City’s current Parental Leave policy. If the City’s Parental Leave benefit is terminated at any time, the parties will revert back to the language above in (B)(4). If the Parental Leave is modified, CODE may elect to apply the foregoing language.
Childbirth. A person who gives birth shall be permitted to take up to nine (9) weeks of paid sick leave immediately following childbirth. The non-childbearing parent shall be permitted to take up to ten (10) days of paid sick leave.
Childbirth. A leave of absence without pay shall be granted under the conditions set forth in this section to an employee during the period of physical disability due to pregnancy, child birth, miscarriage, abortion, or illness resulting there from if the employee has no or insufficient sick leave credit and does not wish to use accumulated annual or personal leave credits or compensatory time off. For those employees with sufficient accumulated sick leave, use of sick leave will be granted for a period up to six weeks following childbirth/delivery and it may be extended for the period of continuing disability by the Court Administrator. The Court Administrator may require a doctor’s certificate regarding the continuing disability. A leave of absence without pay or use of annual leave, personal leave, or compensatory time off, in any combination, shall be granted to an employee for a period up to four months for the purpose of child rearing. The combination of leaves of absence for the period of physical disability due to childbirth and child rearing may not exceed six months without the approval of the Court Administrator. This provision shall pertain to probationary as well as permanent status employees.
Childbirth. Leave shall commence when the employee is no longer able to adequately perform the duties to which she is regularly assigned and shall last, after the termination of the pregnancy, until such time as, in the opinion of her physician, she is able to adequately assume the duties to which she is regularly assigned.
Childbirth. Use of sick leave for childbirth shall normally be approved for six (6) consecutive calendar weeks. Certification by a health care provider shall justify a longer period of leave.