Insurance Act Sample Clauses

Insurance Act. All insurance policies must comply with the Insurance Act (Alberta).
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Insurance Act. The Borrower has not received any direction or other notification by the Minister pursuant to Section 32 of Insurance Act, 1978 of Bermuda.
Insurance Act. 16.02 The Employer and the Union agree that they mutually desire to maintain standards of safety and health in order to prevent accidents, injury and illness.
Insurance Act. An employee disentitled or disqualified from receiving employment insurance benefits is not eligible for maternity leave allowance.
Insurance Act. If a senior salaried employee has concealed an illness from the employer at the time of concluding the contract of employment, then the employer shall not be required to pay salary for the period of illness. A senior salaried employee shall be granted maternity leave for the period of eligibility for maternity benefit under the Sickness Insurance Act. If the employment of the senior salaried employee has lasted for a continuous pe- riod of no less than six months before the estimated date of confinement, then full salary shall be paid for a period of three months of maternity leave. A senior salaried employee shall be granted paternity leave for the period of eligibility for paternity benefit under the Sickness Insurance Act. If the em- ployment of the senior salaried employee has lasted for a continuous period of no less than six months before the estimated date of confinement, then full salary shall be paid for no longer than six ordinary weekdays of paternity leave. The employer shall be entitled to collect any statutory or agreed daily allow- ance or comparable benefit payable to the senior salaried employee or to recoup the said amount from the senior salaried employee for the period during which the employer has paid the salary specified above to the senior salaried employee, to the extent that the sum so collected or recouped does not exceed the sum paid by the employer. In the event of any sudden illness of the senior salaried employee’s child under ten years of age, or of another child under ten years of age living permanently in the senior salaried employee’s home, no more than four days of temporary paid leave shall be granted to the parent living in the same household as the child where this is essential to care for the child or to arrange such care. A parent not living in the same household as the child shall have the same entitlement. It shall be a condition of granting such paid leave that both parents are gainfully employed or that the senior salaried employee is a single parent, and that the child’s illness is certified in a man- ner corresponding to the certification required for illness of the senior sala- ried employee.
Insurance Act. JRG Reinsurance has not received any direction or other notification pursuant to Section 32 of Insurance Axx 0000 of Bermuda. JRG Reinsurance does not carry on long term business for the purposes of the Insurance Axx 0000
Insurance Act. The employee's normal weekly earnings shall be determined by multiplying the employee's regular hourly rate on his or her last day worked prior to the commencement of the leave times the employee's normal weekly hours, plus any wage increase or salary increment that the employee would be entitled to if he or she were not on parental leave. In addition to the foregoing, the Hospital shall pay the employee ninety- three per cent (93%) of his or her normal weekly earnings during the first one (1) week period of the leave while waiting to receive Employment Insurance Benefits. The employee does not have any vested right except to receive payments for the covered unemployment period. The plan provides that payment in respect of guaranteed annual remuneration or in respect of deferred remuneration or severance pay benefits are not reduced or increased by payments received under the plan.
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Insurance Act. Effective upon ratification: Vision every years Chiropractic per visit, maximum per year Any dispute over payment of benefits under such plans or policies shall be adjusted between the employee and the insurer concerned. The Company will use its best efforts to assist in settling any such disputes. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the provisions of this Agreement, the benefits and plans of insurance are quali- fied in their entirety by reference to the underlying policies and contracts of insurance or statutes or regulations. The responsi- bility rests with the employee to complete all eligibility require- ments of the existing carriers of all medical, health and welfare under this Collective Agreement. The Company will arrange and pay the premiums for a weekly indemnity plan on a basis at sixty percent (60%) of the employee’s gross earnings, up to the maximum, provided that one hundred percent (100%) of the premium rebates accrues to the Company. For employees who have completed one year of service, the Company will match employee contributions of two percent (2%) of gross earnings from the Employer. The employee may opt in or out of participation or authorize a greater deduction during the last pay period in November for the next calendar year. The initial enrolment shall be the 1st pay period of January, April, July and October of each year. All con- tributions shall be locked-in for the duration of employment.
Insurance Act. (Alberta);
Insurance Act. It understood and agreed that additional benefits granted by the Commission in settlement of negotiations for renewal of current Agreement, satisfy the rebate requirements outlined in the Unemployment Insurance and the Ontario Hospital Where the Commission finds it necessary to change any the benefits by the substitute plan must be the same or better than the existing benefits. The Union will be days prior to any change in An employee will receive full pay, up to a maximum of (60)work days’ absence as a result of any one originalaccident, covered by the Workers’ Compensation Act, such maximum total may be attained as a result of authorized absence immediately subsequent to the original compensation accident or cumulatively as a result of additional authorized or absences which are ruled as of the original accident by the Workers’ Compensation Board. In no case will more than a total of (60) days be considered resulting from any one original compensation case. During the periods so the Commission will pay the difference between the Compensation allowance and the employee’s full wages. The retains the right at any time to have the employee absent as a result of an accident by the Workers’ Compensation Act, examined by a Physician designated and paid for by the Commission, to determine the employee’s ability to return to work. In the event the Commission obligated by Provincial or Federal Legislation to contribute towards the of benefits similar to one or more of the benefits provided under the above plans, the Commission may terminate or revise the plans affected in order to eliminate any of benefits. The Commission agrees to the Union prior to any termination or revision. The Commission agrees to contribute to any new plans on the same percentage basis as if contributed to the plans replaced The Commission agrees to supply an annual statement as to the amount of an employee’s sick time to his credit The employee shall have ten (10) working days m which to verify the statement issued and unless an objection filed within that time, the statement be deemed correct The agrees to pay for medical benefits while an employee is on Maternity Leave.
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