Demotion Sample Clauses

Demotion. An employee who voluntarily demotes to another position with a lower salary range maximum will be placed in the new range at a salary equal to his or her previous base salary. If the previous base salary exceeds the new range, the employee’s base salary will be set equal to the new range maximum.
Demotion. An employee may demote or be demoted from a position in one (1) classification to a position in a lower classification or salary range. To voluntarily demote, the employee must make written application to the Appointing Authority or Employer as appropriate, and must meet the minimum and special qualifications of the position.
Demotion. A demotion is a change to a class which has a maximum salary rate which is at least 5% lower than the maximum salary rate of the former class. Whenever an employee is demoted due to layoff, without cause or inability on his or her part, his or her salary shall be that step in the new range which provides an equal salary, or in the absence thereof, the nearest lower salary, to that received prior to the demotion. In all cases of demotion for cause, the employee shall receive the same step in the lower range as he or she received in the higher range. An employee with permanent status in a class who, with the approval of the appointing authority, voluntarily demotes to a lower class shall receive the step in the lower range which provides an equal salary or, in the absence thereof, the nearest lower salary to that which was received prior to demotion.
Demotion. No person shall be denied his seniority because of demotion.
Demotion. A change between classes where the maximum salary of the class to which the employee is changed is any amount less than the maximum salary of the class from which the employee is changed. The change is between classes in which the employee holds permanent status.
Demotion. 6. Discharge *The Appointing Authority may, in lieu of an unpaid suspension, issue a suspension by subtracting vacation hours from the employee’s accumulated vacation balance in an amount equal to the unpaid suspension. The amount of vacation to be subtracted will be from one (1) to four (4) days. If the Appointing Authority has reason to reprimand a supervisor, it shall be done in such a manner that will not embarrass the supervisor before other employees, supervisors, or the public. When any disciplinary action more severe than an oral reprimand is intended, the Appointing Authority shall, before or at the time such action is taken, notify the supervisor in writing of the specific reason(s) for such action, with a copy to the Association Executive Director. The Appointing Authority may discipline a supervisor before such notification is given if extenuating circumstances exist. The Appointing Authority will provide the supervisor with such notification within one working day, exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, after such action.
Demotion. The assignment of Executive to any duties or responsibilities that are a reduction of, or are materially inconsistent with, Executive’s position, duties, responsibilities or status immediately preceding the beginning of the Protected Period;
Demotion. Is a change in assignment of an employee from a position in one class to a position in another class that is allocated to a lower maximum salary rate or an assignment to an inferior class.