consecutive months Sample Clauses

consecutive months. An Employee shall receive a year of Service for vesting purposes for each twelve (12)
consecutive months. If the Employer extends an individual employee’s trial service period, the Employer will provide the employee with written reasons for the extension. Employees in an in-training appointment will follow the provisions outlined in Subsection 4.3 E.
consecutive months. The determination that the Executive is disabled shall be made by the Executive Committee or, if there is no Executive Committee, by the Board of Directors of the Company (with the Executive abstaining from the decision if he is then a member of such Committee or the Board), based upon an examination and certification by a physician selected by the Company subject to the Executive's approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. The Executive agrees to submit timely to any required medical or other examination, provided that such examination shall be conducted at a location convenient to the Executive and that if the examining physician is other than the Executive's personal physician, the Executive shall have the right to have such personal physician present at such examination.
consecutive months. The Union shall be notified in writing of all term appointments expected to be of twelve (12) months or longer. Upon the written consent of the Union, the period of term employment specified in (i) or (ii), above, may be extended for an additional period. In the event that the Employer and a Hospital extend a term appointment, as provided above, the Union shall be notified in writing at the time the Employer and Hospital decide that such an extension will be necessary. A full-time term Employee who has been appointed for a period of twelve
consecutive months. In such a case, the Executive may continue to benefit under shortterm and longterm disability insurance plans, subject to the terms of such plans, if any. The Corporation's ability to terminate the Executive as a result of any disability shall be to the extent permitted by applicable state or federal law.
consecutive months. The determination of a Disability will be made by the Company; provided that if the Executive disputes the determination, the matter shall be submitted to a qualified doctor mutually acceptable to the Company and the Executive for final determination, and the Executive shall submit to such examinations as the doctor shall reasonably request in order to enable the doctor to make the determination. If requested by the Company, Executive shall submit to a mental or physical examination to be performed by an independent physician selected by the Company to assist the Company in making such determination.
consecutive months. Employees who benefit from a deferred salary leave must return to work for a period equal to that of the leave.
consecutive months. The College may terminate this agreement with four (4) weeksnotice. The employee will retain accrued sick leave, accrued vacation, and seniority rights while on leave of absence. However, vacation leave credits, sick leave, and seniority shall not accrue while the employee is on leave of absence.
consecutive months. (c) (i) A Faculty Member who is unable to perform that Faculty Member’s normal assignment because of illness and/or injury and has been absent from work for more than forty-two (42) consecutive months may be declared redundant. However, Article 26: Position Reductions, Lay-off, and Reinstatement shall not apply to the Faculty Member in this situation. Where the person requests, the College shall treat an application for employment from that person as if that person were still a Faculty Member of the College in accordance with clause 13.6. If appointed to a position, the Faculty Member may be required to complete technical upgrading and/or some or all of the courses in the CCEDP as a condition of appointment.
consecutive months. 33.2 (a) (i) A Faculty Member who is unable to perform that Faculty Member’s normal assignment because of illness and/or injury and has been absent from work for up to thirty-six (36) consecutive months and who becomes medically capable of resuming the full responsibilities of that Faculty Member’s position shall return to the continuing or recurring position held immediately prior to the absence.