EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES Sample Clauses

EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. All employees fall into one or the other of four principal categories as outlined below.
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. All Employees hired or used by the Employer within the bargaining unit shall be categorized as either Full Time Regular or Full Time Temporary Employees, as the case may be, as defined in this Agreement. All such Employees shall be subject to the probation period referred to in Article 10.
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. 6.01 Temporary employees are those employees hired to work during a period when additional work of any nature requires temporarily augmented forces, or in the event of an emergency, or to relieve regular employees because of illness, or to work during vacation periods. If a temporary employee is hired for a period longer then six (6) months, in any twelve
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. All employees covered by this Agreement shall be considered full-time employees of the Company except as hereinafter provided. They shall be probationary employees for a period of three (3) months from the date of their employment with the Company. The Company may extend the probationary period up to a total of six (6) months from the date of hiring and, in such event, will discuss the matter with the representative of the Local Union prior to the end of the first three
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. 7.01 (a) Probationary Employee - any employee hired into a position covered by this Collective Agreement, shall be considered probationary during their first ninety (90) working days. During this period of probation, the employee shall not be considered as having regular employment status and, as such, will not be afforded the rights, privileges and/or entitlements defined by this Agreement. The Company may dismiss a probationary employee for any reason, provided it does not act in bad faith and this shall constitute a lesser standard. Upon successful completion of the probationary period, an employee shall be recognized as a Regular Employee and the seniority of said employee will date back to the day on which employment first began. Any employee working continuously for a period in excess of ninety (90) working days, shall be required to make application for membership in the Union (except as otherwise noted in Articles 7.04 & Article 7.05
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. 5.1 Temporary employees are those hired for a period of not more than six (6) consecutive months or for a specific task or twelve (12) consecutive months to cover off maternity/parental leave requirements under the Employment Standards Act. They shall not accumulate Corporation Service Credit nor shall they be entitled to any of the rights or privileges accruing to regular or probationary employees, nor shall they have recourse to the grievance and arbitration procedures.
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. All employees covered by this Agreement shall be considered full-time employees of the Authority, except as hereinafter provided. They shall be probationary employees for a period of three (3) months from the date of their employment. The Authority may extend the probationary period up to a total of six (6) months from the date of hiring, in which event, the employee and the Union will be given written notice prior to the end of the probationary period stating the reason(s) for such extension. The probationary period shall be extended by a number of working days equal to any period(s) of absence. Each new employee shall be afforded sufficient time for job orientation purposes, including familiarization with the Collective Agreement and TVOntario’s Policies and Procedures, at the beginning of the probationary period. During the probationary period or any extension of the probationary period, the Authority may release the employee at any time provided that such release has not been arbitrary, discriminatory nor exercised in bad faith.
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. For purposes of this Agreement, there shall be three categories of employees. They are:
EMPLOYEE CATEGORIES. 4.01 Unless both the Employer and the Union agree, in writing, to an extension of time, probationary employees are those who are hired with the understanding that they will become regular employees, provided that during the probationary period of one-hundred-and-twenty days (120) worked, they exhibit the ability and qualifications required by the Employer.