Employee Eligibility. For purposes of this section, “eligible employee” shall be defined by the Public Employees’ Medical and Hospital Care Act.
Employee Eligibility. Employees whose job classifications are listed in Appendix B, E-level classifications, of this Agreement are not eligible to receive compensation for overtime worked. Employees whose job classifications are listed in Appendix B, D-level classifications, of this Agreement are eligible to receive payment in cash or compensatory time off for overtime worked as provided in this Section 15.4.
Employee Eligibility. VERIFICATION 2 CONTRACTOR attests that it shall fully comply with all federal and state statutes and regulations 3 regarding the employment of aliens and others and to ensure that employees, subcontractors, and 4 consultants performing work under this Agreement meet the citizenship or alien status requirements set 5 forth in federal statutes and regulations. CONTRACTOR shall obtain, from all employees, 6 subcontractors, and consultants performing work hereunder, all verification and other documentation of 7 employment eligibility status required by federal or state statutes and regulations including, but not 8 limited to, the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, 8 USC §1324 et seq., as they currently 9 exist and as they may be hereafter amended. CONTRACTOR shall retain all such documentation for all 10 covered employees, subcontractors, and consultants for the period prescribed by the law. 11
Employee Eligibility. To be eligible to enroll in the FlexElect Medical Reimbursement Account and the Dependent Care Reimbursement Account, employees must have a permanent appointment with a time-base of half time or more and have permanent status, or if in a limited term or a temporary authorized (TAU) position, must have mandatory return rights to a permanent position (not Permanent intermittent). Permanent intermittent employees are not eligible for the FlexElect Medical Reimbursement Account or the Dependent Care Reimbursement Account.