Claiming Sample Clauses

Claiming. An employee may request to transfer or demote to a non-temporary classified vacancy in another seniority unit in the same, transferable, or lower class (or class option) in which the employee previously served or for which the employee is determined to be qualified by the Employer, and the receiving Appointing Authority shall not unreasonably deny the request (for Unit 6, the employee must be position-qualified). Employees may not request a transfer or demotion to another Appointing Authority if such a vacancy is available to the employee at a pay level equal to the requested vacancy within thirty-five (35) miles of the employee's current work location which the current Appointing Authority determines to fill or if the employee has previously requested and has been offered a vacancy under this provision in the same or an equal class in the same employment condition within thirty-five (35) miles of the current position. Eligibility for claiming under this provision begins on the date of the written layoff notice and continues until the actual date of layoff or forty-five (45) days, whichever is greater. If the claiming period extends beyond the date of layoff, no severance or vacation liquidation will be paid until the end of the claiming period. The employee’s name will be placed on the Seniority Unit Layoff List but will not be placed on the Class (or Class Option) Layoff List until the end of the claiming period. If the claiming period extends beyond the layoff date, employees may waive their post-layoff claiming rights and the Appointing Authority shall authorize payment of any severance and vacation liquidation and employees will be eligible for placement on appropriate layoff lists. If the employee successfully claims but cannot be appointed until after the scheduled layoff date, the current Appointing Authority shall place the employee on unpaid leave or, upon mutual agreement, vacation leave until the new appointment begins. Vacation leave usage is not subject to Section 3 of Article 8. For employees who transfer or demote to another seniority unit under this provision and who do not successfully complete the probationary period, the following shall apply:
Claiming. Prior to accepting a claim, the agency has the option of filling the vacancy with a seniority unit employee who has received notice of permanent layoff and has more state seniority than any claimer. If this option is not chosen, see Article 15, Section 3D3(g) regarding employee requests to claim positions in other seniority units to avoid layoff or bumping. However, if the agency must choose among claimers, seniority shall not be a consideration.
Claiming. An employee may request to transfer or demote to a position in the bargaining unit in another department/agency in the same, equal, or lower class in which the employee previously served or for which the employee is determined to be qualified by the Employer. The receiving Appointing Authority shall determine if the employee is qualified for the position and, if so, shall not unreasonably deny the request. Employees may not request a transfer or demotion to another Appointing Authority if a vacancy is available to the employee at a pay level equal to the requested vacancy within fifty (50) miles of the employee’s current work location which the current Appointing Authority determines to fill.
Claiming. If the vacancy is not filled as provided in A above, the Appointing Authority shall consider claims of eligible Bargaining Unit employees facing layoff who request a transfer or demotion to a class (or class option) in which the employee served or for which the employee is determined to be qualified by the Employer. Instead of accepting a claim, the Appointing Authority may choose to fill the vacancy by promoting a seniority unit employee whose name was submitted in the recruitment and selection process for the classification of the claimed position at the time the vacancy was first claimed, or by accepting the voluntary transfer or demotion of a current seniority unit employee on notice of permanent layoff. If the Appointing Authority determines to fill the resulting vacancy, and it is not filled by an interest bidder or a recall from the seniority unit layoff list or the transfer or demotion of a seniority unit employee who has received notice of permanent layoff, the Appointing Authority must consider interested and eligible claimers who were not selected for the original vacancy due to the promotion, transfer or voluntary demotion of a current seniority unit employee, prior to using any other vacancy filling method in 4(C) and prior to the consideration of any additional claimers for the resulting vacancy. The receiving Appointing Authority shall determine if the employee is qualified for the position, and if so, shall not unreasonably deny the request (see the provisions of Article 17, Section 3(A)(5), regarding employee requests to claim positions in other seniority units to avoid layoff or bumping).
Claiming. If the vacancy is not filled from the Seniority Unit Layoff List, the Agency (in Mn/DOT the seniority unit) shall consider claims of eligible Bargaining Unit employees facing layoff who request a transfer or demotion to a position for which the employee is determined to be qualified by the Employer. The receiving Agency shall determine if the employee is qualified for the position, and if so, shall not unreasonably deny the request. Once an employee has been offered and rejected a transferable claim within thirty-five (35) miles, claiming is over. An employee who has a layoff option that is transferable, same employment condition, and within thirty-five (35) miles (for Mn/DOT within the seniority unit) must take the vacancy and cannot claim a position.
Claiming. If the vacancy is not filled as provided in A above, the Appointing Authority shall 2 consider claims of eligible Bargaining Unit employees facing layoff who request a transfer or 3 demotion to a class (or class option) in which the employee served or for which the employee 4 is determined to be qualified by the Employer.
Claiming. If the options in Section 3(A)(4)(a) are not available, an employee may request 16 to transfer or demote to a non-temporary classified vacancy within another seniority unit in 17 the same, transferable or lower class (or class option) in which the employee previously 18 served or for which the employee is determined to be qualified by the Employer. The
Claiming. At risk supervisors may “claim” vacancies in transferable classes in: 1) MnSCU, or 2) other state agencies. Staff from the Human Resource Office will place the actual job claims for supervisors. Supervisors will have claiming rights extend to thirty (30) calendar days after the effective date of layoff. Supervisors who claim positions in other state agencies may be required to serve a new probationary period.
Claiming. REIMBURSEMENT Once you have successfully completed the approved course, you may submit your claim for reimbursement. This claim must be submitted prior to the end of the fiscal year for which the course was approved and must be accompanied by all of the following: