EMPLOYEE WHO WAS Sample Clauses

EMPLOYEE WHO WAS. HIRED PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1995, WHO HAS MORE THAN 60 DAYS ON JULY 1, 1995 AND MAINTAINS AN ACCUMULATION GREATER THAN 60 DAYS AT ALL TIMES) Each employee who was hired by the District prior to July 1, 1995, who accumulated more than 60 days of unused vacation leave as of July 1, 1995 and who maintains an accumulation of greater than 60 days of unused vacation leave days at all times after July 1, 1995, will be paid for all of his/her unused vacation days accumulated at the time of termination of employment, up to a maximum of 62 1/2 days. Any employee who becomes ill while on annual leave may use accrued sick leave for such period of illness providing a doctor’s certificate is presented to the Principal or immediate supervisor upon the employee’s return to work.
EMPLOYEE WHO WAS. HIRED PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1995, WHO HAS MORE THAN 60 DAYS ON JULY 1, 1995 AND AT SOME TIME AFTER THAT DATE THE ACCUMULATION FALLS TO OR BELOW 60 DAYS Each employee who was hired by the District prior to July 1, 1995, who accumulated more than 60 days of unused vacation leave as of July 1, 1995 and whose accumulation of unused vacation days at any time falls to or goes below 60 days, will be paid for all of his/her unused vacation days accumulated at the time of termination of employment, up to a maximum of 60 days.

Related to EMPLOYEE WHO WAS

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  • RESTRICTIONS ON EMPLOYMENT OF FORMER STATE OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE The Engineer shall not hire a former state officer or employee of a state agency who, during the period of state service or employment, participated on behalf of the state agency in this agreement’s procurement or its negotiation until after the second anniversary of the date of the officer’s or employee’s service or employment with the state agency ceased.

  • Health & Welfare Benefits Executive shall be eligible to participate in all health and welfare benefits provided generally to other employees of the Company.

  • All Employees The Company shall not include the shift differential in any employee’s wage rate for the calculation of overtime.

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