General Leave Sample Clauses

General Leave. Notwithstanding any provision for leave in this Agreement, the Employer may grant a leave of absence without pay to an employee requesting leave for an emergency or other unusual circumstances. A leave of absence may also be granted for any other reason in which case approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. All requests and approvals for leave shall be in writing. Upon request, the Employer will give reasons orally for withholding approval.
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General Leave. The Employer may grant leave of absence without pay and without loss of seniority to any employee requesting such leave for good and sufficient cause, such request to be in writing and approved by the Employer. Such approval shall not be withheld unjustly.
General Leave. An Employer may grant a leave of absence with or without pay to an employee for any reason for up to twenty-four (24) consecutive months. Such leaves shall not be unreasonably denied. Where an application for general leave is denied, the applicant will be provided with a written explanation for the denial of the leave.
General Leave. Leave of absence without pay may be granted to an Employee at the discretion of the Employer and the Employee shall not work for gain during the period of leave of absence except with the express consent of the Employer. If a request for leave of absence is denied, the Employer will advise the Employee in writing of the reasons for the denial.
General Leave. Subject to operational requirements, the Employer may grant a leave of absence without pay to an employee requesting such leave. Request for such leave shall be in writing with at least two weeks’ notice, except in cases of emergency. The Employer shall make every reasonable effort to respond within two weeks and approval for such leave shall not be unreasonably withheld.
General Leave. The Employer may grant general leaves of absence to employees, upon request, for periods not to exceed two (2) years. The employee may request that the Employer hold the employee’s position for up to twenty-four months. When the Employer does not hold the employee’s position and elects to accept the employee's request for reinstatement, the Employer will use good faith efforts to return the employee to his/her previous work location.
General Leave. An employee may apply for a general leave of absence without pay or benefits. A leave of absence may be granted for reasons deemed appropriate by the Superintendent or designee.
General Leave. The Employer may grant leave of absence without pay and without loss of seniority to a maximum of six (6) months to any employee requesting such leave for good and sufficient cause, such request to be in writing and submitted to the Employer.
General Leave. The Company agrees that any full-time employee may apply in writing for a leave of absence, without pay, or without loss of seniority or benefits, to attend to serious illness in an employee’s immediate family or personal reason. The Company may grant the leave providing it is satisfied that the circumstances justify such leave and that the efficiency of the operation is not affected.