Employees must Sample Clauses

Employees must return to the Employer property in their possession at the time of termination of employment. The Employer shall take such action as required to recover the value of articles, which are not returned.
Employees must work the regular shift preceding and the next regular shift following any of the above holidays to be eligible for pay unless pre-arranged with management in writing and/or substantiated by a certified medical certificate.
Employees must. (a) work honestly and faithfully and in a competent manner;
Employees must. (1) Complete work agreements;
Employees must have been in the service of the company for not less than thirty (30) days immediately preceding any given holiday: have been at work as scheduled immediately preceding the holiday and immediately following the holiday, except: if away on regular vacation; if absent due to legitimate illness or accident and can produce a doctor’s certificate; if work was not available due to curtailment of operation of the mill; if on authorized leave of absence from the company; if on a regular day off. If any of the above statutory holidays falls in an employee’s scheduled paid vacation time, the employee entitled to such holiday shall receive a day’s pay or another day off at a time mutually convenient to the employee and his supervisor, to be taken within sixty (60) days after vacation only if the employee requests it. Under either option, the employee is to be paid at the time of the mill holiday. are obliged to work on a shutdown mill holiday shall be entitled to time and one-halftheir regular rate for the time worked on the holiday, and, in lieu of payment for the holiday, to one day off with eight (8) hours' pay at their regular rate at a time mutually convenientto such employees and the company. When an employee has been replacing another employee at a higher rate of pay for the working day immediately prior to the statutory holiday,the employee will be paid for such holiday at the higher rate. Effective May 1st each year, an employee with one or more years of continuous service shall be eligible for six (6) floating holidays with eight hours' pay at his regular straight-time rate. New employees shall accumulatefloating holidays at the rate of: One (I) floating holiday for sixty (60) days of continuous employment.
Employees must. ▪ Comply with the standards set out in the school’s Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Rules, and any local rules and regulations required for carrying out their job safely and effectively on behalf of the school. ▪ Comply with relevant statutory professional standards (e.g. the Teachers’ Standards) ▪ Comply with all reasonable management instructions. ▪ Comply with confidentiality requirements

Related to Employees must

  • Employees; Benefits Employer agrees that any and all benefits that were provided to the Employee shall continue until _________________, 20____. In addition, the Employer shall assist the Employee in the transfer, change, or termination to any employment benefits, including, but not limited to, health insurance plans, dental insurance plans, vision insurance plans, life insurance plans, disability insurance, childcare benefits, wellness programs, retirement plans, government assistance programs, and/or any other program or benefit that was readily accessible and being used by the Employee.

  • All Employees to be Members ‌ All employees of the Employer, as a condition of continuing employment, shall become and remain members in good standing of the Union, according to the Constitution and By-Laws of the Union. All future employees of the Employer shall, as a condition of continued employment, become and remain members in good standing in the Union from the date of hire.

  • Employees on Layoff A classified employee who receives an Employer Contribution, who has three (3) or more years of continuous service, and who has been permanently or seasonally laid off, remains eligible for an Employer Contribution and all other benefits provided under this Article for an extended benefit eligibility period of six (6) months from the date of layoff.

  • Employees and Benefit Plans (a) From and after the Effective Time, Buyer agrees to provide the employees of the Company and any of its Subsidiaries who remain employed after the Effective Time (collectively, the “Company Employees”) with at least the types and levels of employee benefits (including employee contribution levels) comparable in the aggregate to those maintained by Buyer for similarly-situated employees of Buyer. Notwithstanding the preceding sentence, at Buyer’s option, the Company Employees may remain insured under the Company’s current group medical plan until the plan year end. Buyer will treat, and cause its applicable benefit plans to treat, the service of the Company Employees with the Company or any of its Subsidiaries as service rendered to Buyer or any of its Subsidiaries for purposes of eligibility to participate, vesting and for other appropriate benefits including, but not limited to, applicability of minimum waiting periods for participation, but not for benefit accrual under any defined benefit plan (including minimum pension amount) attributable to any period before the Effective Time. Without limiting the foregoing, but subject to the terms and conditions of Buyer’s health and similar plans, Buyer shall not treat any employee of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries as a “new” employee for purposes of any exclusions under any health or similar plan of Buyer for a pre-existing medical condition to the extent that any such exclusion did not apply under a health or similar plan of the Company or its Subsidiaries, and any deductibles, co-payments or out-of-pocket expenses paid under any of the Company’s or any of its Subsidiaries’ health plans shall be credited towards deductibles, co-payments or out-of-pocket expenses under Buyer’s health plans upon delivery to Buyer of appropriate documentation. Buyer will make appropriate arrangements with its insurance carrier(s) to ensure such result.