Long Term. Upon written request from the Executive Director of AFSCME Council 75 to DAS Labor Relations Unit, one (1) President/designee from an AFSCME Council 75 Central Table participating Agency shall be given release time from his/her position for a period of time up to one (1) year for the performance of Union duties related to the collective bargaining relationship. However, if the Union President/designee or Executive Director requests release time for less than his/her full regular schedule, such release time shall be subject to the Employer’s approval based on the operating needs of the employee’s work unit. AFSCME shall, within thirty (30) days of payment to the employee, reimburse the State for payment of appropriate salary, benefits, paid leave time, pension, and all other employer-related costs. Where this reimbursement is expressly prohibited by law or funding source, the employee shall be granted a leave of absence but the Employer will not be responsible for continuing to pay the employee’s salary and benefits. AFSCME shall indemnify and hold the State harmless against any and all claims, damages, suits, or other forms of liability which may arise out of any action taken or not taken by the State for the purpose of complying with this provision.
Long Term. If the Executive is incapacitated for a period of one hundred eighty (180) consecutive days so that he cannot perform his duties hereunder on a full-time basis, the Executive's employment will terminate upon the expiration of such one hundred eighty (180) day period, and the Executive shall be entitled to receive all benefits payable to the Executive as a result of such termination under the terms of the Company's employee benefit plans. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Executive's obligations and the Company's rights under Sections 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 shall survive the termination of this Agreement.
Long Term. The Academy may enter into long-term indebtedness in the manner and form permitted by applicable law provided it submits forms of the proposed financing documents (including term sheet, amortization schedule and any preliminary offering document, e.g., a Preliminary Official Statement) to the attention of the Director of SUPO at least thirty (30) days prior to closing and obtains his/her written nondisapproval of the transaction. The SUPO’s nondisapproval of any transaction does not mean that SUPO expresses or implies any opinion as to the veracity or completeness of any representation made in any offering document or that SUPO is making any representations of the Academy’s credit-worthiness or its ability to repay any indebtedness so incurred. Credit decisions regarding indebtedness are expressly the responsibility of the lender.
Long Term. The Board may grant long-term - one semester to one year - unpaid leaves of absence upon request. A request for an educational/child rearing leave must be submitted prior to February 1, for the subsequent school year. Teachers receiving long-term leaves of absence shall be guaranteed teaching positions within the District upon conclusion of the approved leave. Notification of intent to return must be in receipt by the Superintendent by March 15, of the school year in which the leave is taken. Teachers may continue their medical insurance benefits by paying the premiums, subject to approval and acceptance of the district carrier.
Long Term. Upon written request to the Superintendent by the tenured teacher stating the time period and reason for the leave, a personal leave of absence without pay may be granted for one (1) or more years.
Long Term. If Executive is incapacitated for a period of one hundred eighty (180) consecutive days so that he cannot perform his duties hereunder on a full-time basis, Executive’s employment will terminate upon the expiration of such one hundred eighty (180) day period, and Executive shall be entitled to receive all benefits payable as a result of the termination under the terms of the Bank’s employee benefit plans.
Long Term. Upon determination by the appointing authority that work force reductions may be necessary in the department, the appointing authority, with the approval of the Director, Department of Human Resources, may grant a corresponding number of permanent employees leave without pay with right of return to the same class in the same Service/division in the department in which the leave was granted for up to twenty-six (26) biweekly pay periods subject to the following conditions: