CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES Sample Clauses

CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. Section 1. A full-time employee shall be deemed to be any employee regularly scheduled to work forty (40) hours per week. A regular employee is one whose employment is reasonably expected to continue for longer than fifteen (15) months.
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CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. 15.1 A Full-Time employee is defined as an employee who is regularly scheduled to work thirty-six (36) hours or more per week.
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. 27.01 Every employee covered by this Agreement shall be classified under a job title and job description, appropriate to the work normally and regularly assigned to them. The job title, description, code number and job level of each classification into which employees may be classified shall appear in Appendix 3 annexed to this Agreement.
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. Every employee covered by this Agreement will be classified under a salary grade or level, job title and/or job documentation appropriate to the occupation in which they are regularly employed, and in accordance with Schedule "A" of this Agreement. Employees will remain so classified for the duration of this Agreement, unless transferred to another job, or unless the work changes significantly, in which case the employee and the Union will be advised.
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. A District-wide committee consisting of six (6) members shall be established to periodically review positions in the bargaining unit in regard to the kind and level of service administratively assigned. The committee will recommend the establishment of and/or make recommendations regarding appropriate classifications, to recommend the reclassification of existing classifications, and to make recommendations regarding the assignment of a classification to a position within the District’s bargaining unit classification structure. Further, the committee will make recommendations regarding titles, job specifications and ranges for newly created positions, as well as review any requests for added responsibilities or removal of responsibilities to existing job specifications. A representative of the Classified Personnel Office shall serve as clerical support to the committee.
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. All employees shall be employed in a classification according to the following criteria:
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. 38.1 a) Each employee will be classified in the Labour Classification (or Job Title) in which he/she regularly performs. An employee will not be classified in a Labour Classification by reasons of temporarily performing isolated or singular duties set forth in a classification description.
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. Section 7.01 For the purposes of this agreement, all employees hired after the effective date of this agreement, unless otherwise specified by management, will be probationary. Employees will remain probationary for twelve (12) months. Probationary employees may be terminated at any time for any reason during the twelve (12) month period.
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. 21.1 Unless mutually agreed to by the parties, the District shall make only "housekeeping" type changes in the existing job description such as title changes or the dropping of titles if classifications are abolished.
CLASSIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES. 6.01 General Clerks - to perform any duties assigned in the store, except as provided herein Section 6.01. Shall not be reduced in classification when assigned to duties listed under other categories. The Employer agrees not to assign General Clerks to perform checkstand duties but both parties recognize that General Clerks may be required to perform these functions in the following circumstances: - For relief for meal or rest periods. - Unscheduled absences of staff. - Due to business emergencies. Business emergencies are defined as unexpected increases in customer business. This exception cannot be justified where it is used on a regular basis. The Employer agrees not to make changes in the assignment of General Clerk duties that will have a significant negative effect on the number of hours worked by Clerk Cashiers. If the Union feels that changes have taken place contrary to the above, the Union and the Employer shall meet to discuss the problem. If the parties cannot agree to a solution to the problem, either party may refer the matter under Section 103 of the Labour Code.