Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave Sample Clauses

Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. An employee who sustains a work-related illness or injury that is compensable under the state workers’ compensation law may select time-loss compensation exclusively or leave payments in addition to time-loss compensation. Employees who take sick leave, vacation leave or compensatory time during a period in which they receive time-loss compensation will receive full sick leave, vacation leave or compensatory time pay in addition to any time-loss payments. Notwithstanding Section 18.1, of Article 18, Leave Without Pay, the Employer may separate an employee in accordance with Article 31, Reasonable Accommodation and Disability Separation.
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Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. An employee who sustains a work-related illness or injury that is compensable under the state workers’ compensation law may select time-loss compensation exclusively or leave payments in addition to time-loss compensation. Employees who take vacation leave, sick leave, or compensatory time during a period in which they receive time-loss compensation will receive full vacation leave, sick leave or compensatory time pay in addition to any time-loss payments, unless the employee is receiving assault benefit compensation equal to full pay.
Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. A nurse who sustains a work-related injury or illness that is compensable under the state workers’ compensation law may select time-loss compensation exclusively or leave payments in addition to time-loss compensation. Nurses who take vacation leave, sick leave or compensatory time during a period in which they receive time- loss compensation shall receive full vacation leave, sick leave or compensatory time pay in addition to any time-loss payments, unless the nurse is receiving assault benefit compensation equal to full pay. Leave for a work related injury, covered by workers’ compensation or assault benefits, will run concurrently with the FMLA. Notwithstanding Section 19.1, the Employer may separate a nurse in accordance with Article 27, Reasonable Accommodation and Disability Separation.
Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. An employee who sustains a work-related illness or injury that is compensable under the state workers’ compensation law may select time-loss compensation or Loss of Earning Power (LEP) compensation exclusively or leave payments in addition to time-loss compensation. Employees who take sick leave during a period in which they receive time-loss or LEP compensation will receive sick leave pay for the number of hours used in addition to any time-loss or LEP payments. Employees who take annual leave during a period in which they receive time-loss or LEP compensation will receive annual leave pay for the number of hours used in addition to any time- loss or LEP payments. Leave for a work-related injury, covered by workers’ compensation will run concurrently with the Family Medical Leave Act.
Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. 11.10.2.1 An officer who sustains a work-related injury or illness that is adjudicated by the Workers’ Compensation Administrator as compensable under the State workers’ compensation law and must be away from work as a result of that work-related injury or illness, may select Temporary Total Disability (TTD) compensation exclusively, or paid leave payments in addition to TTD.
Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. An employee who sustains a work-related illness or injury that is compensable under the state workers’ compensation law may select time-loss compensation exclusively or leave payments in addition to time-loss compensation. Employees who take sick leave during a period in which they receive time-loss compensation will receive full sick leave pay, minus any time-loss benefits. Employees who take vacation leave or compensatory time during a period in which they receive time-loss compensation will receive full vacation leave or compensatory time pay in addition to any time-loss payments, unless the employee is receiving assault benefit compensation equal to full pay.
Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. An employee who sustains a work-related injury or illness that is adjudicated by the Workers’ Compensation Administrator as compensable under the State workers’ compensation law and must be away from work as a result of that work-related injury or illness, may select Temporary Total Disability (TTD) compensation exclusively, or paid leave payments in addition to TTD. An employee who chooses to take paid leave during a period in which they receive TTD compensation will receive full paid leave compensation in addition to any TTD payments, unless they are receiving other benefit compensation equal to full pay.
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Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. An employee who sustains a work-related illness or injury that is compensable under the state workers compensation law may select time-loss compensation exclusively or leave payments in addition to time-loss compensation. Employees who take sick leave, vacation leave or compensatory time during a period in which they receive time-loss compensation will receive full sick leave, vacation leave or compensatory time pay in addition to any time-loss payments. Leave for a work-related injury, covered by workers compensation will notmay run concurrently with the FMLA at the employee’s request. Notwithstanding Section 19.1 of Article 19, Leave Without Pay, the Employer may separate an employee in accordance with Article 34, Reasonable Accommodation and Disability Separation.
Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. 6 An employee who sustains a work-related injury or illness that is adjudicated by the Workers’
Compensable Work-Related Injury or Illness Leave. An employee who sustains a work-related illness or injury that is compensable under the state workers compensation law may select time-loss compensation exclusively or leave payments in addition to time-loss compensation. Employees who take sick leave, vacation leave or compensatory time during a period in which they receive time-loss compensation will receive full sick leave, vacation leave or compensatory time pay in addition to any time-loss payments. Leave for a work-related injury covered by workers compensation may run concurrently with the FMLA at the employee’s request. Notwithstanding Section
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