Leave for medical examination — A teacher may be absent without loss of sick leave for the time necessary to secure any medical examination required by the District. The cost of such examinations shall be borne by the District. For the purpose of securing an X-ray or tuberculin test, as required by the Education Code, a teacher may be permitted by the principal to absent himself/herself from school for the necessary period of time.
Leave for. Medical Reasons A physically or mentally incapacitated employee, who has exhausted his accumulated sick leave and vacation time may request up to six (6) months of personal leave without pay if he/she can present evidence as to the probable date on which the employee will be able to return to his classification. Such request should be in writing, with supporting evidence attached. Upon request to return, the employee may be required to present medical documentation that he/she is able to perform the duties of his position and/or the employee may be required by the Employer to submit to a medical examination to determine his fitness to return to duty and fully perform the duties of his classification.
Leave for. Upon application in writing by the Union on behalf of the employee to the Hospital, a leave of absence without pay shall be granted to such elected to the position of the President of the Council of Hospital Unions or the Secretary-Treasurer of Council of Hospital Unions for of up to two (2) It is understood, however, that during such leave the employee shall be deemed to be an employee of the Union. There be no loss of service or seniority during such leave of absence and the shall accumulate service and seniority on the basis of what his regular hours of work would have been. During such leave of absence, the employee's salary and applicable shall be maintained by the Hospital on the basis of what his regular hours of work would have been, provided that the Union the Hospital in the amount of such and applicable benefits within thirty (30) of The employee agrees to the Hospital of his intention to return to work at least four (4) weeks prior to the date of such return. The employee be returned to his former duties on the same in the same department and at the appropriate rate of pay, subject to any changes which would have occurred had the employee not been on leave. Notwithstanding the Hospital may the vacancy from such leave on a temporary basis. "Any employee who notifies the as soon as possible following a bereavement be granted bereavement leave for three (3) consecutive offwithout loss of regular pay from regularly scheduled hours in conjunction with the death of the spouse, parent, sister, brother, mother-in-law, father-in-law, grandchild, brother-in-law, sister-in-law or grandparent of spouse. The Hospital, in its discretion, may extend such leave with or without pay. an employee does not under the above-noted conditions, the Hospital may, nonetheless, xxxxx a paid bereavement leave. For the purpose of bereavement leave, the relationships specified in the preceding clause are deemed to include a common-law spouse a partner of the same sex. "If an employee is required to serve as a juror in any court of law, or is required to attend as a witness in a court in which the Crown is a party, or is required by to attend a court of law or coroner's inquest in connection with a case arising from the employee's duties at the Hospital, the employee shall not lose regular pay because of such provided that the employee:
Leave for. Employees, upon written application to the Company, setting forth good cause, will be granted a personal leave of absence, without pay, for a period of one month which may be extended because of ill health or other good and sufficient cause. When a leave of absence is granted by the Company to any employee, the Union will be notified. An employee who is granted a temporary leave of absence for personal reasons will continue to be covered for a maximum of thirty calendar days by all features of the Employee Benefit Programmes, during such leave, under this Section Leave Upon the request of an employee on active service with the Company, a leave of absence, not to exceed twelve months, shah be granted in connection with a pregnancy which commenced after the employee’s spouse became an employee of the Company. Upon notification in writing to the Company that the employee is available for work, and, in any event, upon expiration of the period of leave granted, the employee shall be considered eligible for recall and the employee’s accumulated seniority at the time of taking leave shall determine the right of recall. Seniority shall accumulate during Parental Leave and shall terminate if the employee fails to report for work within five working days after being notified by the Company that she/he has been recalled. An employee’s reinstatement after Parental Leave will he conditional on her supplying, when requested, a bona fide certificate from a qualified physician that she is capable of resuming her full work load.
Leave for a “qualifying exigency” as defined under the FMLA arising out of the fact that the employee’s spouse, registered domestic partner, child or parent is on covered active duty or called to active duty status in the Armed Forces. Qualifying exigencies include attending certain military events, rest and recuperation, arranging for alternative childcare, addressing certain financial and legal arrangements, attending certain counseling sessions, and attending post-deployment, reintegration briefings, and arranging for parental care.