JOB SECURITY Sample Clauses

JOB SECURITY. 23.01 Subject to the willingness and capacity of individual employees to accept relocation and retraining, the Employer will make every reasonable effort to ensure that any reduction in the work force will be accomplished through attrition.
JOB SECURITY. 14.01 (a) With respect to the development of any operating or re-structuring plan which may affect the bargaining unit, the Union shall be involved in the planning process as soon as practicable and, in any event, in advance of such plans or proposals being finalized and notices of layoff being issued or other actions taken that would adversely affect the bargaining unit and through to the final phases of the process.
JOB SECURITY. The state shall make a reasonable effort to notify the Association at least 30 days in advance of positions within the bargaining unit that will be involved in a layoff. Prior to the actual layoff, the state will meet with the Association to discuss the effect of the layoff on the employees involved.
JOB SECURITY. An employee seeking and/or accepting assistance to alleviate an alcohol, other drug, behavioral, or emotional problem will not jeopardize his/her job security or consideration for advancement.
JOB SECURITY. (a) Seniority for full-time Nurses shall be defined as length of service with the Employer since date of last hire. A full-time year is 1,950 paid hours, subject to 10.06.
JOB SECURITY. (A) The state shall notify the PBA at least 30 days in advance of a layoff involving positions within the bargaining unit. 30 days prior to the actual layoff decision, the state will meet and negotiate with the PBA over the necessity of the layoff, alternatives to the proposed layoff and like and related matters. However, these negotiations shall not delay the implementation of layoffs after completion of the 30 days bargaining period. The PBA will not pursue statutory impasse resolution procedures after the satisfaction of this bargaining obligation.
JOB SECURITY. 34:01 It is the declared intention of the Employer to provide for the job security of the employees covered by the terms of this Agreement to the extent consistent with the obligation of the Employer to undertake the operations and administration of the University of Toronto in the most efficient and economic manner possible in order that it may satisfactorily discharge its public responsibilities. It is agreed that any employee who was employed by the Employer with one (1) year of service or more shall not be laid off by reason of the Employer contracting out the work being performed by such employee. However, in such event, the Employer agrees that the employee will be placed in another job with a similar rate and be re-trained. All employees who have less than one (1) year of seniority must attain one year of seniority prior to being entitled to the terms of this job security clause.
JOB SECURITY. In order to provide job security for the members of the bargaining unit, the Employer agrees that work or services presently performed or hereafter assigned to the collective bargaining unit shall not be sub-contracted, transferred, leased, assigned, or conveyed in whole or in part, to any other person, company, or non-unit employee.
JOB SECURITY. 27.01 A full-time employee shall be appointed to regular status upon successful completion of the probationary period and be credited with seniority at least equal to the probationary period served.
JOB SECURITY. 20.01 (a) The Employer shall not contract out any work normally performed by members of the bargaining unit, if, as direct result of such contracting out, a layoff of any employees covered by this Collective Agreement occurs. Contracting out to an employer who is organized and who will employ the affected employees of the bargaining unit who would otherwise be laid off is not a breach of this Agreement.