Family Care Sample Clauses

Family Care. An employee is entitled to take time off for family care. Normally, up to five (5) days a year may be taken for this purpose. By mutual agreement with his/her supervisor, the employee may pay for this time by using his/her banked overtime, by working back the time over a reasonable period of time, or by taking the time off without pay.
Family Care. Employees may use vacation leave for care of family members as required by the Family Care Act, RCW 49.12.265 et seq., and WAC 296-130.
Family Care. A regular employee is entitled to take up to five (5) days per calendar year for the purpose of providing family care to an immediate family member. The employee must pay this time back at a time mutually agreed to by his/her supervisor within three months of taking the absence or by taking time off without pay. The time taken shall be worked back on an hour for hour basis
Family Care. An employee is entitled to take time off for family care. Normally, up to ten
Family Care a capitated Medicaid managed care program for the delivery of all Medicaid long-term care services. Members enrolled in Family Care may be eligible at a Wisconsin Medicaid nursing home-certifiable level of care or at a non-nursing home level of care. One of these functional levels of care is required as a condition of eligibility.