General Leave of Absence Sample Clauses

General Leave of Absence a) Leave of absence without pay may be granted to employees for valid reasons as set out by Company policy.
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General Leave of Absence. 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 written consent of the Employer. Except in exceptional circumstances, or where there is mutual agreement between the Employee and the Employer, the Employer will reply in writing to a request for leave of absence within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the request.
General Leave of Absence. Employees desiring leave of absence with or without pay for any reasons, shall submit an application in writing where practicable for such leave to the City Manager or his/her designate. The City Manager shall make the decision, based on the circumstances and merits of each application and the leave will not be unreasonably refused. The City Manager's decision shall be subject to Article 4.
General Leave of Absence. 14.2.1 Upon application by the teacher a general leave of absence may be granted at no cost to the Board for a period of up to one
General Leave of Absence. After five (5) years of service to the Chardon Schools, a full-time employee shall be entitled to one general unpaid leave of absence of up to two (2) consecutive semesters in length. Such leave shall be contingent upon the teacher giving written notice of a request for same to the Superintendent at least sixty (60) calendar days in advance of the initiation date for said leave. Said leave shall be taken in increments of semesters. During said leave, an employee shall not accrue any of the following: advancement on an incremental step on the salary schedule, advancement of calculated experience toward longevity and/or severance, nor advancement toward any seniority including (but not limited to) reduction in force provisions. Request for general leave may only be made by full-time employees who are currently in active service. Reinstatement from general leave shall be at the beginning of each school semester. If a teacher desires to return to active service prior to the date stated in his or her application for leave, the teacher may do so with the approval of the Superintendent. If early return is granted, the teacher shall be assigned to the assignment held prior to such leave, or to a substantially equivalent position. At the expiration of the leave period as originally granted, the teacher shall be reinstated on the same terms and conditions as though he or she returned from leave at the time set forth in the application.
General Leave of Absence. A general leave of absence may be granted at the discretion of the District.
General Leave of Absence. 13.03.1 Employees may apply for a General Leave of absence without pay for up to a maximum of six (6) months. If leave granted is for longer than four (4) weeks, the period of leave shall not be credited for computation of sick leave or annual vacations and the maintenance of employee benefits shall be conditional upon the employee paying the full cost of such plans.
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General Leave of Absence. (a) Upon written request, and dependent on business levels, the Employer may grant leave of absence without pay to any employee for stated legitimate personal reasons and any person who is absent with such written permission shall not be considered to be laid off and their seniority shall continue to accumulate during their absence.
General Leave of Absence. General Leave of Absence is an absence from duty which may be granted at the sole discretion of the Board or their agent(s) for full-time licensed teachers without salary or fringe benefits.
General Leave of Absence. A general leave of absence without pay of up to one (1) year may be granted for reasons that do not fit the categories contained in the paragraphs above, at the discretion of the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources. A one (1) year extension may be granted in extreme circumstances. Such decisions shall not be grievable.
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