Long-Term Disability (Employee Sample Clauses

Long-Term Disability (Employee. Paid Plans)
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Long-Term Disability (Employee. Effective June 1, 2012 the company will provide a long-term disability plan to all seniority employees that covers fifty percent (50%) of the employees base hourly pay rate for a standard scheduled week with a maximum benefit of $550/week. Payment commences following a twelve (12) month waiting period and is subject to the terms and conditions of the master contract. Employees will co-pay 50% of the premium. Save as noted above, the eligibility guidelines of the long- term disability will be similar to those of the currently present in the Salaried Long term Disability Plan.
Long-Term Disability (Employee. Paid Plans) All permanent Teachers shall participate in the long term disability plan (LTD Plan) as a condition of employment, subject to the terms of the LTD plan. The Board shall cooperate in the administration of the LTD Plan. It is understood that administration means that the Board will co-operate with the enrolment and deduction of premiums and provide available necessary data to the insurer, upon request. The Board will remit premiums collected to the carrier on behalf of the Teachers. Where the plan administrator implements changes in the terms and conditions of the LTD Plan or the selection of an insurance carrier, the Board shall, for administrative purposes, be advised of changes at least thirty (30) days prior to the date the changes are to be implemented.
Long-Term Disability (Employee. Paid Plans) All permanent Teachers, including Teachers who are on an approved leave of absence, are eligible and shall participate in the long term disability plan (LTD Plan) as a condition of employment, subject to the terms of the LTD plan. The Board shall cooperate in the administration of the LTD Plan. It is understood that administration means that the Board will co-operate with the enrolment and deduction of premiums and provide available necessary data to the insurer, upon request. The Board will remit premiums collected to the carrier on behalf of the Teachers. Where the plan administrator implements changes in the terms and conditions of the LTD Plan or the selection of an insurance carrier, the Board shall, for administrative purposes, be advised of changes at least thirty (30) days prior to the date the changes are to be implemented.

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  • Long Term Disability (LTD 4.7.1 The school board shall cooperate in the administration of the LTD Plan. It is understood that administration means that the school board will co-operate with the enrolment and deduction of premiums and provide available necessary data to the insurer, upon request. The school board will remit premiums collected to the carrier on behalf of the teachers.

  • Long Term Disability The Employer agrees to provide Long Term Disability benefits for active full-time employees after fifty-two (52) weeks if an Employee is unable to perform any occupation (reasonably suited by means of training, education or experience). The Plan will provide for sixty-six and two thirds percent (66 2/3%) of an Employee's basic monthly earnings to a maximum of $1,500.00. Coverage would cease the date an Employee attains normal retirement age.

  • Long Term Disability Plan The Welfare Plan will include a Long Term Disability Plan summarized in Appendix “2”.

  • Long Term Disability Benefits A benefit level of seventy percent (70%) of monthly earnings shall apply. Benefits would commence after a waiting period of seventeen (17) weeks, when Short Term Disability Benefits terminate. Terms of the Master Policy with the Insurance Company shall apply. Statement of Intent In order to go on LTD, the person must:

  • SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY (Articles 12.01 to 12.11 apply to full-time nurses only)

  • Long Term Disability Benefit In the event an employee, while covered under this plan, becomes totally disabled as a result of an accident or a sickness, then, after the employee has been totally disabled for seven (7) months, including periods approved in Section 1.3(a) and (c), he/she shall be eligible to receive a monthly benefit as follows:

  • LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY (Articles to are related to Sick Leave and Long-term Disability will be incorporated in all collective agreements:) The Hospital shall provide a short-term sick leave plan at least equivalent to that described in the Hospitals of Ontario Disability Income Plan brochure. Copies of the brochure will be made available to employees upon request. The Hospital will pay seventy-five percent (75%) of the billed premium towards coverage of eligible employees under the long term disability plan or equivalent); employees shall pay the balance of the billed premiums through payroll deduction. The Hospital further agrees to pay employees an amount equal to any loss of benefits under for the first two days of the fourth and subsequent period of absence in any calendar year. Effective April employees with or more years service will be paid at the benefit level for all incidences of absence covered by Any dispute which may arise concerning an employee's entitlement to term or long-term benefits under may be subject to grievance and arbitration under the provisions of this Agreement. An employee who is absent from work as a result of an illness or injury sustained at work and who has been awaiting approval of a claim for Worker's Compensation for a period longer than one complete pay period may apply to the Hospital for payment equivalent to the lesser of the benefit the employee would receive from Workers' Compensation if the employee's claim was approved, or the benefit to which the employee would be entitled under the short term sick portion of the disability income plan or equivalent plan). Payment will be provided only if the employee provides evidence of disability satisfactory to the Hospital and a written undertaking satisfactory to the Hospitalthat any paymentswill be refunded to the Hospital following final determination of the claim by The Workers' Compensation Board. If the claim for Workers' Compensation is not approved, the monies paid as an advance will be applied towards the benefits to which the employee would be entitled under the short term portion of the disability income plan. Any payment under this provisionwill continue for a maximum of fifteen (15) weeks. (The following clause will only appear in those collective agreements at hospitals where sick leave banks were established on the transfer to or equivalent:) Sick leave banks standing to the credit of an employee shall be utilized to supplement payment for sick leave days which would otherwise be paid at less than full wages, or for sick leave days at no wages. (Articles and will only appear in those collective agreements at hospitals which had sick leave credit pay out provisions in their collective agreements expiring December, Pay out of sick leave credits shall be made on termination of employment or, in the case of death, to the employee's estate. The amount of the payment shall be a cash settlement at the employee's then current salary rate for any unused sick credits to the maximum provided under the previous accumulating sick leave credit plan. Where an employee, employed as of the effective date of the transfer to or equivalent, did not have the required service to qualify for pay out on termination, he shall be entitled to the same pay out provisionsas set out in Article above, providing he subsequently achieves the necessary service to qualify for pay out under those provisions. Where an employee, with accumulated sick leave credits remaining, is prevented from working for the Hospital because of an occupational illness or accident that is recognized by the Workers' Compensation Board as compensable within the meaning of the Workers' Compensation Act the Hospital, on application from the employee, will supplement the award made by the Workers' Compensation Board for loss of wages to the employee by such amount that the award of the Workers' Compensation Board for loss of wages, together with the supplementation of the Hospital, will equal one hundred percent (100%) of the employee's net earnings to the limit of the employee'saccumulated sick leave credits. Employees may utilizesuch sick leave credits while awaiting approval of a claim for Workers' Compensation. (Note: The Hospital shall pay for such medical as it may require from time-to-time to certify an employee’s illness or ability to return to work. Any other related to Sick Leave and Long-Term Disability that existed in theexpiring Collective Agreementwill be continued and numbered in sequence as provisions of this Article, except such of an administrative nature related to this Article which will be continued in the Local Provisions Appendix.)

  • Duty Disability (1) For Calendar Year 2018, 2019, and 2020 Depending on the individual's single/family enrollment status, the cost of coverage for individuals receiving a duty disability retirement allowance shall be as provided in subsection 3.a.(1) of this Article, above.

  • Long Term Disability Insurance Plan The Employer shall provide a mutually acceptable long-term disability insurance plan, a copy of which shall appear in Appendix “A” – Long-Term Disability Insurance Plan. The plan shall provide post-probationary regular employees with salary continuation as per Appendix “A” until age sixty-five (65) in the event of a disability. The cost of the plan shall be borne by the Employer.

  • Disability If, as a result of the Executive's incapacity due to physical or mental illness, the Executive shall have been absent from his duties with the Company on a full-time basis for six months and within 30 days after written notice of termination is thereafter given by the Company the Executive shall not have returned to the full-time performance of the Executive's duties, the Company may terminate this Agreement for "Disability."

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