Family Members. The RN's spouse or domestic partner (same sex or opposite sex), child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, sister or brother. Family member also includes individuals in the following relationships with the RN’s spouse or domestic partner: child, parent and grandparent. “Child” also includes any child residing in the RN’s home through foster care, legal guardianship or custody. Family members include those persons in a “step” relationship.
Family Members. The RN's spouse or domestic partner (same sex or opposite sex), child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, sibling. Family member also includes individuals in the followingrelationships with the RN’s spouse or domestic partner: child, parent and grandparent. “Child” also includes a child of a legal guardian or de facto parent, regardless of age or dependency status and those to whom the employee is “in loco parentis” or “de facto” parent as well as a child of a legal guardian or de facto parent. Parent and Parent-in-law also includes de facto parent, foster parent, stepparent, or legal guardian.
Family Members with respect to an individual, shall mean such individual's spouse, parents, siblings and children.
Family Members. It is agreed that members of the same family may be employed, but one family member may not directly supervise another and may not process, review or audit the work of another, whether in the same or different departments. All employment of relatives must be approved in advance by the appropriate Division Executive and the Vice President of Human Resources. For the purposes of this Section, family members shall be defined as spouse, brother, sister, father, mother, child, step-father, step-mother, grandmother, grandfather, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law, step-child, uncle and aunt. The definition also includes all other relatives who live in the same household and persons who live together in non-marital, non-related arrangements.
Family Members. In the event of a death in the employee's immediate family (spouse or domestic partner, child, stepchild or parent), the employee shall be entitled to up to five (5) work days to be taken within seven (7) calendar days without loss of salary. An employee shall be entitled to up to three (3) work days to be taken within five (5) business days, without loss of salary in the event of the death of the parents of his/her spouse or domestic partner, siblings, grandparents, step-parents, or a relative living in the employee's household. If more days are needed, an employee may use any accumulated personal leave days which the employee is entitled to receive. If still more days are needed, the immediate supervisor and the Chief Human Resources Officer may allow an employee to use accumulated sick leave or vacation leave.
Family Members. Any authorized persons whose names are included or added to the resident’s application and the Lease and who are members of the resident’s “family” defined as two or more persons (with or without children regularly living together, related by blood, marriage, adoption, guardianship, or operation of law who will live together in CHA housing; OR two or more persons who are not so related, but are regularly living together, and can verify shared income or resources. Family members have rights as remaining family members. For purposes of continued occupancy, the term family also includes the remaining member of a resident family with the capacity to execute a lease.