Court Leave Sample Clauses

Court Leave. 35.4.1 Leave of absence with pay shall be given to every employee, other than an employee on leave of absence without pay, or under suspension, who is required
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Court Leave. 51.01 The Employer shall grant leave with pay to an employee for the period of time he or she is required:
Court Leave. 63:01 An employee who is summoned for jury duty or who receives a summons or subpoena to appear as a witness in a court proceeding, other than a court proceeding occasioned by the employee's private affairs, shall be granted a leave of absence with pay for the required period of absence and all witness fees received by the employee shall be remitted to the government.
Court Leave. Leave of absence without loss of regular pay shall be given to a Nurse other than a Nurse on leave of absence without pay or under suspension, who is required:
Court Leave. Leave with pay shall be given to an employee who is required:
Court Leave. 36.01 When an Employee is summoned or subpoenaed as a witness or a defendant to appear in court in an official capacity to give evidence or to produce Employer records, the Employee shall be allowed leave with pay, but any witness fee receivable by the Employee shall be paid to the Employer.
Court Leave. Paid leave shall be granted to any employee required to be a witness or juror by any body in Canada with powers of subpoena. The employee shall notify the senior academic officer immediately upon his/her receipt of notification that the employee will be required to attend court and present proof of service requiring attendance.
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Court Leave. NAV CANADA shall grant leave with pay to an employee for the period of time he or she is required:
Court Leave. An employee, other than an employee on leave of absence without pay or under suspension, will be granted leave with pay:
Court Leave. 23.16 Upon written request, an Employee shall be granted leave without loss of pay when summoned to serve for jury duty or jury selection or when subpoenaed as a witness to court proceedings to which the Employee is not a party.
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