Imprisonment Sample Clauses

Imprisonment. The Contractor agrees not to employ any person undergoing sentence of imprisonment in performing the Contract except as provided by 18‌ U.S.C. § 4082(c)(2) and Executive Order 11755, 39 Fed. Reg. 779 (1973). ARTICLE 18
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Imprisonment. A leave of absence not exceeding one hundred and twenty (120) days shall be granted to an employee for time during which he is serving a sentence of imprisonment imposed from a conviction arising from the operation or use of a motor vehicle. The Company may consider other offences also under this clause.
Imprisonment. No LTD Benefits will be paid for any period of Disability when you are, for any reason, confined in a penal or correctional institution or under house arrest.
Imprisonment. The United States Department of Justice and the defendant agree on the following Sentencing Guidelines calculations:
Imprisonment. The advisory guideline range resulting from these calculations is 51-63 months (Government), or 21-27 (Defendant). However, in order to be as accurate as possible, with the criminal history category undetermined at this time, the offense level estimated above could conceivably result in a range from 19 months (bottom of Category I, offense level 19) to 125 months (top of Category VI, offense level 24). The guideline range would not exceed, in any case, the cumulative statutory maximums applicable to the counts of conviction.
Imprisonment. 31.8 A leave of absence not exc eeding one hundred and eighty (180) days shall be granted to an employee for a time during which he is serving a sentence of imprisonment imposed on conviction arising from the operation or use of a motor vehicle. The same (180) days shall apply prior to ajudgement under the criminal offense act. The one hundred and eighty (180) day time limitation may be extended if mutually agreed upon. The Company may consider other minor offenses under this clause. MATERNITY LEAVES/PARENTAL LEAVES
Imprisonment. 64.1 Where an employee is imprisoned for at least five consecutive days, the CEO may terminate the employee’s employment after consideration of:
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Imprisonment. Where an employee is required to serve a period of imprisonment in excess of 5 days in any jurisdiction, the employer will send a certified letter to the employee’s last known address asking for the employee to make a submission within 5 days as to whether their employment should be terminated. The employer may send a certified letter to the employee’s last known address before the expiration of the five (5) days if the employer suspects, with due cause, that an employee is serving a period of imprisonment in excess of 5 days. If there is no response to the letter within 5 days or a submission is made by or on behalf of the employee, the employer will consider the circumstances of the employee’s imprisonment and any submissions made by or on behalf of the employee and determine the appropriate course of action. Courses of action available to the employee under this clause include, but are not restricted to: • Termination of employment • Granting of leave without pay • Granting of recreation or long service leave with pay All actions of the employer under this clause shall be final and not subject to internal appeal or review, except that nothing in this sub clause shall be construed as excluding the jurisdiction of any external court or tribunal.
Imprisonment. A leave of absence not exceeding one hundred and eighty days shall be granted to an employee for a time during which he is serving a sentence of imprisonment imposed on conviction arising from the operation or use of a motor vehicle. The same days shall apply prior to a judgement under the criminal offense act. The one hundred and eighty (180) day time limitation may be extended if mutually agreed upon. The Company may consider other minor offenses under this clause. MATERNITY LEAVES The Company will abide by the Employment Standards Act. An extension of Maternity leave beyond the Employment Standards act may be granted if mutually agreed upon.

Related to Imprisonment

  • Offences 46.1. The Contractor must not commit or attempt to commit any offence:

  • TRAFFIC INFRACTIONS The State will not be liable for any expense incurred by the Contractor for any parking fees or as a consequence of any traffic infraction or parking violations attributable to employees of the Contractor.

  • Dishonesty 6. Drinking alcoholic beverages on the job, or reporting to work while under the influence of intoxicating substances.

  • DEFAMATION The Parties covenant and agree that in no event, and at no time during the Term or at any time thereafter, shall either of them disparage, denigrate, slander, libel or otherwise defame the other or the other’s businesses, services, properties or assets, or employees, personnel, agents, or representatives.

  • Violations Promptly notify Agent in writing of any violation of any law, statute, regulation or ordinance of any Governmental Body, or of any agency thereof, applicable to any Borrower which could reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect on any Borrower.

  • Insubordination 5. Bringing intoxicants or illegal drugs into or consuming intoxicants or illegal drugs on any school property or reporting to work under the influence of intoxicants or illegal drugs of any kind in any degree whatsoever;

  • Disqualifying Offenses If at any time it is determined that a person has been found guilty of a misdemeanor or felony offense as a result of a trial or has entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, regardless of whether adjudication was withheld, within the last six (6) years from the date of the court’s determination for the crimes listed below, or their equivalent in any jurisdiction, the Contractor is required to immediately remove that person from any position with access to State of Florida data or directly performing services under the Contract. The disqualifying offenses are as follows:

  • Serious Illness Should a participant be unable to take the leave when scheduled because of serious injury or illness occurring before commencement of the leave, he/she may cancel the leave and receive payment as in Article 12.8.3.9 or, with the consent of the College, defer the leave to a time mutually agreeable, not to exceed one (1) year.

  • Assault Any case of assault upon a teacher which occurs in the line of duty shall promptly be 20 rights and obligations with respect to such assault, and its legal assistance to the teacher in 21 connection with handling of the incident by law enforcement and judicial authorities. In such 22 event, the following shall apply:

  • Penalties and Sanctions 7.1 The Scheduling Coordinator shall be subject to all penalties made applicable to Scheduling Coordinators set forth in the CAISO Tariff.

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