Employees with disabilities 1 In accordance with the valid legal regulations, the employer creates at the faculties and other units of Charles University job opportunities for employees with disabilities. When resolving these issues, the employer closely cooperates with the competent trade union authorities and the Employment Office, or the competent regional branches of the Employment Office for the region where the respective workplace is located.
Employees with twenty-four (24) years or more of Company service credit as of June 30th in the current year will receive five weeks vacation with vacation pay of ten percent (10%) of their gross earnings (including taxable benefits) from July 1st of the previous year through June 30th of the current year. At the Company's discretion the fifth (5th), fourth (4th) and third (3rd) week may not necessarily be given consecutively with any other regular vacation period.
Employees with. District or School related Online Account(s)A District or School account refers to social media pages that pertain to Sunnyside School District schools, classes, programs, clubs and sports. These guidelines do not refer to employees' personal social media pages. See part two for personal account guidelines. Step 1: Register your District or School account with the Communications Department. Share the login credentials to the Communication Department, a school admin and a co-creator. ● Your account will be added to the SSD’s Social Media Directory (link) and included in the District’s social media archiving system, ArchiveSocial. ● District or School social media accounts and the subsequent posts, comments, and direct messages are subject to the Freedom of Information Act and Washington State Public Records laws. (List RCW links). ● It is the responsibility of the employee who operates the social media account to work with the District’s Public Records O cer should a request be made. Step 2: Create name of page connected to district or school. Examples: SHS Key Club or SHS Varsity Boys Soccer. ● Add more details to the bio description according to the new account. Such as Sunnyside High School Key Club and what the page is about. If using Instagram or Tik Tok there will be a spot where a URL or other accounts can be inserted (if applicable). ● Posts made to District or School social media accounts should always meet the highest standards in professional discretion. Appropriate content for District or School accounts includes: ▪ Posts directly related to the activities of the Sunnyside School District.▪ Posts directly related to the featured school, department, class, activity, sport or program.▪ Shared posts from other District or School accounts included in the SSD Social Media Directory: https://www.sunnysideschools.org/about_us/social_media_ sites Inappropriate content for District or School accounts includes: ▪ Provocative photographs, sexually explicit messages, content showing or promoting gang activity. The consumption of alcohol, use of drugs, or any activity students are legally prohibited from doing.▪ Posts claiming to represent or “speak for” the Sunnyside School District.▪ Posts for personal gain or personal businesses,▪ For-Profit Advertisements▪ Sharing of outside district and school posts. Things to keep in mind when using a school related account: ● Followers are not the only people who will see your posts unless the settings are to “followe...
Employees with. Reduced Hours on SharedWork program 32 It is agreed employees whose hours have been reduced will be submitted to be part of the 33 SharedWork program through the Employment Security Department (ESD). The 34 employee must be eligible under the SharedWork program criteria, and approved by ESD, 35 in order to receive unemployment benefits. The SharedWork program helps to retain 36 skilled workers, reduce payroll costs, and is an alternative to layoffs. Employee 37 participation in the SharedWork program is a benefit to both the employee and the 38 District. 40 Claimants participating in the SharedWork program retain their medical benefits, 41 seniority and leave accrual continues as if they are working their full hours, and do not 42 have to look for other employment. 44 Employees in the SharedWork program must be available for all work offered by their 45 administrator/director. Reasonable notice will be provided to the employee of work being 47 program. Employees asked to perform additional work beyond their reduced contract 48 hours would timesheet those hours.
Employees with a sick leave balance in excess of three hundred (300) hours during a twelve (12) month rolling calendar will be paid at one hundred percent (100%) of their rate. Employees whose balance is below three hundred (300) hours, and has exceeded eighty (80) hours of sick leave in a rolling calendar year, will be paid at eighty percent (80%) of their regular rate. Sick leave balances will not automatically renew at the beginning of the regular calendar year. Employees’ sick leave will be determined on a rolling calendar basis and sick leave accrues at the rate of 4.6 hours per 80 hours of work with the thirteenth month’s use of sick leave dropping off and the new month added in. Sick leave prior to and subsequent to a hospitalization will be paid at one hundred percent (100%) the employee’s regular rate. Any sick leave utilized in excess of eighty (80) hours in any one usage period shall be paid at one hundred percent (100%). An employee’s inability to work may be verified by the employee’s physician. New employees, years one through four, will have the sick leave paid at one hundred percent (100%). The rolling calendar will begin on May 1, 2008.