Enroll Sample Clauses

Enroll. You are required to enroll in FTS and you will be required to enter a unique activation code, which we will deliver to you during the enrollment process. During enrollment you will be asked to select an eligible account as your primary billing account and generally, savings accounts and prepaid cards are not eligible for funds transfers.

Related to Enroll

  • Enrollment The School shall maintain accurate and complete enrollment data and daily records of student attendance.

  • ENROLMENT 6.1.0 For new hires, each Board shall distribute benefit communication material as provided by the Union to all new members within 15 to 30 days from their acceptance of employment.

  • Disenrollment Adverse Benefit Determination taken by the Division, or its Agent, to remove a Member's name from the monthly Member Listing report following the Division's receipt and approval of a request for Disenrollment or a determination that the Member is no longer eligible for Enrollment in the Contractor.

  • Open Enrollment There shall be an open enrollment period each enrollment year during which eligible employees may change plans. The District shall establish and announce the dates of such open enrollment period, and shall mail open enrollment materials to employees fourteen or more days before the beginning of the open enrollment period. If an eligible employee requests a change of plan, he or she shall continue to be covered under his or her existing plan until coverage under the new plan can be instituted.

  • Eligible Employee For purposes of FMLA Family Care Leave, eligible employees are those employees who have been employed by the Employer for at least twelve months and have worked at least 1,250 hours in the previous twelve months. An employee's eligibility for contractual leaves of absence remain unaffected by this Section, however, such leaves will count towards the employee's FMLA leave entitlement after the employee has been employed by the Employer for at least 12 months and has worked 1,250 hours during the previous twelve month period. Where the term "employee" is used in this Section, it means, "eligible employee". For purposes of FMLA leave eligibility “employed by the Employer” means “employed by the State of Michigan”.

  • Retirement Program Any employee employed prior to October 1, 1977, working at least seventy (70) hours per month shall by law be a member of the Washington Public Employees Retirement system (PERS) Plan One. Any employee working at least seventy (70) hours per month, entering employment on or after October 1, 1977, shall by law be a member of the School Employees Retirement System, Plan Two or Three. The District shall provide each new employee information concerning PERS or SERS membership benefits.

  • Health Plan The City shall provide a group comprehensive health care plan to regular employees. The City shall pay one hundred percent (100%) of the monthly cost of single coverage. The City will pay ninety-four percent (94%) of the monthly cost of family coverage and ninety-four percent (94%) of the monthly cost of 2/4 party coverage.

  • Pilot Programs The Employer may develop voluntary pilot programs to test the acceptability of various risk management programs. Incentives for participation in such programs may include limited short-term improvements to the benefits outlined in this Article. Implementation of such pilot programs is subject to the review and approval of the Joint Labor-Management Committee on Health Plans.

  • Deferral Election I hereby elect to defer receipt of all Time-Based Restricted Stock Awards granted to me in 2004 under The Progressive Corporation 2003 Incentive Plan. This election shall become effective as of the date the restrictions applicable to such Awards (or portion thereof) expire and shall not apply to any Award (or portion thereof) that fails to vest free of all restrictions.

  • Benefit Programs During the Employment Period, the Executive will be entitled to participate on substantially the same terms as other members of senior management of the Company in all employee benefit plans and programs of the Company (other than any severance plan, program or policy), subject to any restrictions or eligibility requirements under such plans and programs, from time to time in effect for the benefit of senior management of the Company, including, but not limited to, retirement plans, profit sharing plans, stock incentive and annual bonus plans, group life insurance, hospitalization and surgical and major medical coverages (excluding the Lydall, Inc. Executive Medical Plan), short-term and long-term disability.