Family. The District shall contribute no less than eighty percent (80%) of the total cost of the premium toward family coverage. The employee shall pay the difference between the District contribution and the total cost of the premium for family dental coverage.
Family. The employee’s cost for family coverage will be forty-eight percent (48%) of the family rate for the employee’s Base Dental Plan. If the employee chooses a plan other than the Base Dental Plan, the employee’s cost will be the standard employee’s family rate established for that plan (i.e. the rate applicable where it has not been modified to be a zone’s Base Dental Plan). The employer shall pay the rate over and above the employee’s cost for the Base Dental Plan.
Family medical leave for a qualifying exigency when the employee’s spouse, child of any age or parent is on active duty or called to active duty status of the Armed Forces, Reserves or National Guard for deployment to a foreign country. Qualifying exigencies include attending certain military events, arranging for alternate childcare, addressing certain financial and legal arrangements, attending certain counseling sessions, and attending post-deployment reintegration briefings.
Family. (1) For the purpose of this agreement “immediate family” shall be used to designate parents, spouse, brothers, sisters, step-family relationships, child, grandparents, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in- law, (in-law family relationships shall include heterosexual, common-law and same-sex spousal relationships), grandchild, or any close dependency situation. This definition shall apply to, but not be restricted to, articles 21.04, 22.05 (a), 22.05 (b), 22.14.
Family medical leave for a qualifying exigency when the employee’s spouse, child of any age or parent is on active duty or on call to active duty status of the Armed Forces, Reserves or National Guard for deployment to a foreign country. Qualifying exigencies include attending certain military events, arranging for alternate childcare, addressing certain financial and legal arrangements, attending certain counseling sessions, rest and recuperation, and attending post-deployment reintegration briefings. In addition, the Employer and the employee may agree that other events which arise out of the covered military member’s active duty or call to active duty status qualify as an exigency, provided both agree to the timing and duration of the leave.
Family. In the event of illness, or other emergency in the teacher’s immediate family (husband, wife, mother, father, step mother/father, brother, sister, children, step children, grandchildren, father and mother-in-law, aunt and uncle, niece and nephew, brother and sister-in-law, sister and brother-in-law, daughter and son-in-law, son and daughter-in-law, grandparents of member or spouse, and dependent living in the immediate household), a leave not to exceed three (3) days shall be granted. If needed, an extension shall be granted upon application to the Superintendent of Schools. Said sick leave days shall be deducted from the teacher’s personal sick leave accumulated time.
Family. The persons approved by the PHA to reside in a contract unit with assistance under the program. HAP contract. This housing assistance payments contract between the PHA and the owner. The contract consists of Part 1, Part 2, and the contract exhibits (listed in section 1.c of the HAP contract). Housing assistance payment. The monthly assistance payment by the PHA for a contract unit, which includes: (1) a payment to the owner for rent to the owner under the family’s lease minus the tenant rent; and (2) an additional payment to or on behalf of the family if the utility allowance exceeds total tenant payment.
Family. The above services are available to the Investor with regard to any member of his/her direct family (which in this context means the Investor, the Investor’s spouse, the Investor’s civil partner, the Investor’s children and the Investor’s parents, grandparents, parents-in-law and grandparents- in-law).