Injury or Sickness Sample Clauses

Injury or Sickness. Employees off work due to injury or sickness will continue to be covered by this Plan during the period in which they accumulate seniority.
Injury or Sickness. Employees off work due to injury or sickness will continue to be covered, subject to the provisions of this Article IV, during the period in which they accumulate seniority.
Injury or Sickness. If Executive's inability to perform the essential duties of his employment on a full-time basis continues for more than one hundred eighty (180) days after the Onset of Disability or for periods aggregating more than one hundred eighty (180) days during any twenty-four (24) month period, then Employer may, upon written notice, terminate Executive's employment, in which case the Employment Period and Executive's rights to compensation and benefits hereunder will terminate, except that Executive will be entitled to any unpaid portion of his Base Salary and accrued benefits up to the date of termination and any benefits which are to be continued or paid after the date of termination in accordance with the terms of the corresponding benefit plans or programs. For the purposes of this Section 4.2, the following terms will have the following meanings: (i) "Injury" means bodily impairment resulting directly from an accident and independent of all other causes; (ii) "Sickness" means an illness (including Mental Illness, as defined below), disease, or pregnancy, including complications of pregnancy, which require treatment by a Physician; (iii) "Mental Illness" means any psychological, behavioral or emotional disorder or ailment of the mind, including physical manifestations of psychological, behavioral or emotional disorders, but excluding demonstrable, structural brain damage; and (iv) "Physician" means a practitioner of the healing arts, which the Employer's disability insurance carrier is required by law to recognize, who is properly licensed, and practicing within the scope of that license.
Injury or Sickness. If Executive's inability to perform the essential duties of his employment on a full-time basis continues for more than six (6) consecutive months after the Onset of Disability or for periods aggregating more than six (6) months during any twenty-four (24) month period, then Employer may, upon thirty (30) days prior written notice, terminate Executive's employment, and Executive's rights to compensation and benefits hereunder, except that Executive shall be entitled to any unpaid portion of his Base Salary, accrued benefits up to the date of termination and any benefits which are to be continued or paid after the date of termination in accordance with the terms of the corresponding benefit plans or programs. For the purposes of this Section 5.2, the terms "Injury" and "Sickness" shall have the meanings given to those terms in the Company's Long Term Disability Group Insurance Policy.

Related to Injury or Sickness

  • Injury Pay If an employee is injured on the job and his supervisor excuses him from further duty for the balance of his shift, the employee's regular rate of pay shall continue for the balance of that shift and there shall be no deduction from sick leave or other credits.

  • Injury on Duty Any unit employee who suffers an injury while working during the course of his/her employment for the County shall be entitled to injury leave until said employee is able to return to work or is terminated in any manner and subject to any limitations imposed by this Article or State Law. Injury means a sudden and tangible happening of a traumatic nature, producing an immediate or prompt result and resulting from external force, including injuries to artificial members. Any injury sustained by an employee while engaging in an athletic or social event sponsored by the employer shall be deemed not to have arisen out of or in the course of employment unless the employee received remuneration for participating in such event. For purposes of this Article, coronary thrombosis, coronary occlusion, or any other ailment or disorder of the heart, and any death or disability ensuing therefrom, shall not be deemed to be an injury by accident sustained arising out of and in the course of the employment except for Sheriff employees who are covered by state statutes.

  • Injury 22.01 Where an employee is injured at work during the performance of his duties and responsibilities as a result of which he cannot complete the balance of his shift and has reported such injury to the Company, he shall be sent home and paid for the balance of his shift at his regular straight time hourly rate.

  • Illness injury or pregnancy related condition of a member of the employee's immediate family where the employee's presence is reasonably necessary for the health and welfare of the employee or affected family member.

  • Sickness In the event that an employee requires hospitalization or is seriously ill during his/her annual vacation period, the employee shall, upon request and upon presentation of a physician's statement, apply the period of illness or hospitalization to sick leave rather than vacation, provided the sick bank is not used. The employee must inform the College of the claim within one (1) week of returning to work.

  • Illness or Injury An employee may utilize accrued paid leave when unable to perform work duties by reason of illness or injury, necessary medical or dental care, exposure to contagious disease under circumstances in which the health of the employees with whom the employee associates or members of the public necessarily dealt with by the employee would be endangered by the attendance of the employee.

  • INJURY ON THE JOB When an employee is injured on the job, there shall be no deduction from the employee's pay for the day in which the employee was injured and reported for medical care. When such employee returns to work following the injury, and is certified as ready and able to perform all regular duties, but requires medical treatment as a result of the same injury, the Employer shall adjust the work schedules without penalty to the Employer, to provide both the time for medical care and the number of hours of work for which the employee is regularly scheduled.

  • Interruption of Services Tenant understands, acknowledges and agrees that any one or more of the utilities or other building services identified in Section 6.01 may be interrupted by reason of accident, emergency or other causes beyond Landlord's control, or may be discontinued or diminished temporarily by Landlord or other persons until certain repairs, alterations or improvements can be made. Landlord shall not be liable in damages or otherwise for any failure or interruption of any utility service and no such failure or interruption shall entitle Tenant to terminate this Lease or withhold sums due hereunder. Notwithstanding anything in this Lease to the contrary, Landlord shall use commercially reasonable efforts to promptly restore utility service and in the event restoration of service is within Landlord's control and Landlord fails to use commercially reasonable efforts to restore such service within a reasonable time, thereby causing all or a material portion of the Leased Premises to be rendered untenantable (meaning that Tenant is unable to use such space in the normal course of its business) by Tenant for the use permitted under this Lease for more than three (3) consecutive days after notice from Tenant to Landlord that such service has been interrupted, Minimum Annual Rent and Annual Rental Adjustment shall axxxx on a per diem basis in the proportion which the untenantable portion of the Leased Premises bears to the total area of the Leased Premises for each day after such three (3) day period during which the Leased Premises remain untenantable.

  • Injury-on-Duty Leave 35.5.1 An employee shall be granted injury-on-duty leave with pay for such reasonable period as may be determined by the Council where it is determined by a provincial Worker's Compensation Board that the employee is unable to perform his duties because of

  • INJURY LEAVE In the event an unusual circumstance exists regarding the original six (6) months of injury leave, and the employee did not use injury leave hours due to the injury or did not lose work time, the Fire Chief with the approval of the Human Resources Director may extend such injury leave. However, under no circumstances shall the total time granted be greater than twelve (12) months of injury leave, or an actual six (6) months of lost work time because of the injury.