Laid Off. An employee is said to be laid off when he leaves a DUF6 job classiﬁcation because of an involuntary reduction in force, and does not continue active employment with the Company.
Laid Off. Laid off regular employees shall be given the first opportunity for part-time work and they will be entitled to the daily call-in guarantee, Section Regulation of New or Part-time The Company agrees that where new or additional part-time employees are required, the Company will contact the Local Union. In the event the Local Union is unable to supply qualified persons, the Company shall obtain such help from any available source.
Laid Off. Restored Employees: Employees who were employed by the County prior to January 1, 1991, but who were laid off thereafter shall not be subject to the restrictions of Section 18.3 provided that they are subsequently restored to County employment, rejoin the County retirement system, and are otherwise eligible for retiree medical benefits under this section.
Laid Off regular employees shall retain their seniority and perquisites accumulated up to time of layoff, for a period of one (1) year and shall be rehired, if the employee possesses the capability of performing the duties of the vacant job, on the basis of last off - first on. Laid off employees failing to report for work of an ongoing nature within seven (7) calendar days of the date of receipt of actual verbal notice of recall shall be considered to have abandoned their right to re-employment. The verbal recall notice shall be confirmed by the Employer in writing within seven (7) calendar days. Employees requiring to give two (2) weeks notice to another Employer shall be deemed to be in compliance with the seven (7) day provision. In the exercise of rights under this section, employees shall be permitted to exercise their rights in accordance with Article 19.04
Laid Off. Any employee so displaced may exercise his/her seniority in the manner referred to in above. An employee who has indicated his/her choice as above and later wishes to alter that choice shall be subject to assignment, except when such change of choice is made as a result of a new opportunity which became known following the initial choice. An employee under this clause will be given first opportunity to return to his/her original store should an opening occur, providing he applies in writing to the Personnel Department, receipt of which will be acknowledged, and such application shall not be effective for two weeks from the date of its receipt.