Excluded Employees. Employees excluded from the bargaining unit who work for an Employer signatory to this Agreement may participate in any of the foregoing benefits under rules and regulations established by the Trustees. The trustees shall determine the contributions required for such benefits.
Excluded Employees. The Adoption Agreement may exclude Employees from Participation in the Plan based upon minimum age and Service requirements or the inclusion of such Employees in certain ineligible job classifications. In the event an Employee who is not a member of the eligible class of Employees becomes a member of the eligible class, such Employee will participate immediately if such Employee has satisfied the minimum age and Service requirements and would have otherwise previously become a Participant. In the event a Participant is no longer a member of an eligible class of Employees and becomes ineligible to participate, but has not incurred a Service Break, such Employee will participate immediately upon returning to an eligible class of Employees. If such Participant incurs a Service Break, eligibility to participate will be determined under the rules of Section 1.20 of the Plan.
Excluded Employees. (1.21(D)). The following Employees are not Eligible Employees but are Excluded Employees (Choose one or more of (a) through (g)): [Note: Regardless of the Employer's elections under Election 8: (i) Employees of any Related Employers (excluding the Signatory Employer) are Excluded Employees unless the Related Employer becomes a Participating Employer; and (ii) Reclassified Employees and Leased Employees are Excluded Employees unless the Employer in Appendix B elects otherwise. See Sections 1.21(B), 1.21(D)(3), and 1.23(D). However, in the case of a Multiple Employer Plan, see Section 12.02(B) as to the Employees of the Lead Employer.]
Excluded Employees. Excluded managerial, supervisory, confidential and eligible non-exclusively represented employees as defined by the Civil Service Rules and Regulations shall be permitted to bump back into the Bargaining Unit under procedures outlined in this Article. Seniority of excluded managerial, supervisory, confidential and eligible non-exclusively represented employees for purposes of bumping into the Bargaining Unit shall be computed as follows:
Excluded Employees. [Check a. or any combination of b. - f. for those contributions the Employer elects to make under Part 4 of this Agreement. See Section 1.2 of the BPD for rules regarding the determination of Excluded Employees for Employee After-Tax Contributions, QNECs, QMACs and Safe Harbor Contributions.]
Excluded Employees. Confidential, supervisory and managerial employees are excluded from the bargaining unit. Temporary and fixed-term employees are excluded from the bargaining unit except that temporary and fixed-term employees who work an average of twenty (20) hours or more a week in positions and classifications similar to those in the bargaining unit in excess of four (4) consecutive months shall be included in the bargaining unit. Part-time employees who are scheduled for less than an average of twenty (20) hours per week are excluded from the bargaining unit. Students shall not be hired into any position which would result in the displacement of an employed worker. This means that whenever an employee has been laid off, the number of hours of student employment in the laid off employee’s department may not be increased in order to cover some or all of the laid off employee’s duties for the duration of the layoff. A student may be regarded as a “student employee” only so long as the employment of the student is not in a bargaining unit position. Any student who is employed in a bargaining unit position shall be regarded as an employee rather than as a student regardless of the number of courses or credits for which registered.