Emergency Leave Sample Clauses

Emergency Leave. The Commissioner of Minnesota Management & Budget, after consultation with the Commissioner of Public Safety, may excuse State employees from duty with full pay in the event of a natural or man made emergency, if continued operation would involve a threat to the health or safety of individuals. Absence with pay shall not exceed sixteen (16) working hours at any one time unless the Commissioner of Minnesota Management & Budget authorizes a longer duration.
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Emergency Leave. Notwithstanding any provision for leave in this Agreement, the Employer may grant leave of absence with or without pay to an employee in emergency or unusual circumstances. Such leave will not be unreasonably denied.
Emergency Leave. One (1) day or a portion thereof per Agreement year without loss of pay may be taken off subject to approval of the employee's Supervisor and/or Department Head when it is necessary that the employee be immediately off work to attend to one of the following situations, either of which necessitates immediate action on the part of the employee:
Emergency Leave. Non-probationary employees may take an automatic emergency leave of absence not to exceed two (2) weeks in the event of certified, serious illness or injury of the employee, or serious illness, injury or death in the employee’s immediate family without prior notice; provided that the employee makes every reasonable effort to notify the Employer within twenty-four (24) hours of the commencement of said leave. Said two (2) weeks automatic emergency leave of absence shall be a part of the time limits set forth in Paragraph 2 below.
Emergency Leave. 23.9.1 An eligible employee is entitled to up to ten (10) days leave of absence without pay in accordance with the Emergency Leave provisions of the Employment Standards Act and Regulations, as amended.
Emergency Leave. In the event of a bona fide emergency not covered elsewhere in the agreement, an employee shall be granted leave paid at full salary of up to two thirty-fifths of their Appointment Contract(s).
Emergency Leave. To assist an employee in taking care of crisis circumstances or conditions which cannot normally be handled while working full time.
Emergency Leave. The Commissioner of Minnesota Management & Budget, after consultation with the Commissioner of Public Safety, may excuse employees from duty with full pay in the event of a natural or man-made emergency if continued operation would involve a threat to the health or safety of the individuals.
Emergency Leave. Emergency leave with pay may be granted to an employee by the Employer for a period not exceeding five (5) working days:
Emergency Leave. 26 1. Emergency Leave may be used without prior supervisor 27 approval, but management reserves the right to require verification that the employee has