Dependent Care Sample Clauses

Dependent Care. The College will make available to employees, at their option, an Internal Revenue Service Code Section 129 Dependent Care plan. The plan will be established, administered, and communicated to employees by the State without cost to the employees.
Dependent Care. The Employer shall bring any changes to the Bright Horizons backup childcare/eldercare benefit to the Benefits Committee for union discussion and input prior to implementation.
Dependent Care. Teleworking is not a substitute for dependent care (i.e., childcare, elder care, pet care or care of any other dependents). You must make and maintain dependent care arrangements during scheduled work hours to permit yourself to concentrate on work assignments at your Alternate Worksite. If a dependent is present at the Alternate Worksite during scheduled work hours, you must make and maintain arrangements for the care of that dependent to permit concentration on work assignments and to ensure that their presence does not interfere with your ability to perform assigned work.
Dependent Care. Both parties agree that the Telecommuting Program will not be a substitution for in-home child or dependent care. If a child or dependent is present during scheduled work hours, the employee must agree to make arrangements for the care of that child or dependent. If a child or dependent is ill, however, the employee may, on a temporary basis, provide primary care for that child or dependent while telecommuting or use Sick or Family Leave, subject to the approval of the employee's supervisor.
Dependent Care. Whenever practicable, flexible scheduling and job swaps (limited to individual occurrences) shall be available for parents with dependent care responsibilities, subject to the approval of management. Decisions by the Employer concerning flexible scheduling and job swaps shall not be grievable or arbitrable.
Dependent Care. 21.34 The CSU recognizes the importance of child care, elder care, and disabled dependent care needs to bargaining unit employees. Employees may participate in childcare programs in accordance with existing campus and systemwide policies. At an employee's request, he/she may participate in a flex-time program, upon verification of his/her dependent care needs. The appropriate administrator shall give consideration to an employee's child care, elder care, and disabled dependent care needs when an involuntary work schedule change is to be made. The decision of the appropriate administrator regarding voluntary and involuntary work schedule changes, including participation in flex-time programs, made pursuant to this provision, shall be final and shall not be subject to Article 7, Grievance Procedure.
Dependent Care. Employees in the bargaining unit shall be eligible to participate in a salary reduction dependent care assistance plan as provided for in §33-19, Day Care As an Alternative Fringe Benefit, of the Xxxxxxxxxx County Code, 1984, as amended.
Dependent Care. The City has established a Dependent Care Plan under Internal Revenue Code Sections 125 and 129 to allow employees to designate a specific amount of salary, consistent with applicable law, to be redirected to pay for dependent care costs prior to withholding of taxes.
Dependent Care. The Employer shall continue the voluntary Dependent Care Assistance Plan (DCAP) that complies with the requirement for federal tax deductibility.
Dependent Care. H. Non-reimbursable Medical The carrier(s) and benefits associated with each of the cafeteria options shall be selected by the USD 214 Board of Education with input from each of the district's employee groups.