Medical Leave of Absence Sample Clauses

Medical Leave of Absence. Where you have a medical leave of absence due to any medically determinable physical or mental impairment that can be expected to result in death or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than six months, and you have not returned to employment with the Company or an Affiliate, a Separation from Service has occurred on the earlier of: (A) the first day on which you would not be considereddisabled” under any disability policy of the Company or Affiliate under which you are then receiving a benefit; or (B) the first day on which your medical leave of absence period exceeds 29 months.
Medical Leave of Absence. Employees who have completed at least one (1) year of service to the Timberlane Regional School District and who work at least twenty-five (25) hours per week during the academic year are eligible to receive a medical leave of absence for the extended illness of the employee, or of the employee's spouse, children, mother, father or such individual for whom the employee has primary care and responsibility, for a period of up to six (6) weeks in a year. During the period of such medical leave of absence, the employee shall concurrently utilize all other leaves which are available to the employee.2 The medical leave of absence shall be unpaid, but the employee will receive pay from any concurrent paid leaves. The District will pay its share of insurance, if any, during the medical leave of absence, provided the employee also pays his/her share of insurance. An employee shall submit the District’s forms for a medical leave of absence, which are similar to the District’s forms for FMLA leave. For purposes of this provision and calculating the use of six (6) weeks of medical leave of absence in a “year”, year is defined as a July 1–June 30.
Medical Leave of Absence. An employee who, because of illness or injury, has exhausted all sick leave benefits may be granted a medical LEAVE OF ABSENCE without pay. The seniority status of an employee who is granted a medical LEAVE OF ABSENCE shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of the Article herein titled "Seniority/Layoff." An employee requesting a medical LEAVE OF ABSENCE without pay shall be required to furnish conclusive evidence of disability to the EMPLOYER, specifically the Leave and Accommodation Management (XXX)
Medical Leave of Absence. Upon depletion of accrued sick leave credits, an employee upon request shall be granted a leave of absence for a period of up to six (6) months upon providing required medical information for personal illness, injury or temporary disability necessitating his/her absence from work, if that employee is in satisfactory employment status. This guarantee shall only apply when the employee has had less than six (6) months medical leave of absence during the preceding five years. Any leave of less than two consecutive full pay periods will not count toward the six (6) month entitlement in any five (5) consecutive years. In all other cases an employee may be granted such leave of absence for the above reasons. Such leave shall be granted for a period of up to six (6) months upon providing required medical information. The employee's request shall include a written statement from the employee's physician indicating the specific diagnosis and prognosis necessitating the employee's absence from work and the expected return to work date. In addition to the operational needs of the Employer and the employee's work record, the Employer in considering requests for extension will consider verifiable medical information that the employee can return at the end of the extension period with the ability to fully perform the job. When an employee, who has exhausted a medical leave of absence extended to one (1) year duration is required to be in employee status in order to collect an awarded employment related benefit, the Employer agrees to retroactively extend such medical leave of absence solely to afford the employee the opportunity to receive such benefit.
Medical Leave of Absence. An Employee who is unable to work as specified in Article XVIII, Section 18.031 may request, and may be granted by the College, a medical leave of absence without pay and benefits for a specified period of time not to exceed one year after the exhaustion of all sick leave.
Medical Leave of Absence. Regardless of eligibility for leave under FMLA or OFLA, nurses who have completed the first six months of employment are eligible for up to six months of leave to care for their own serious health condition (including maternity). Such leave will not be taken on an intermittent basis. Time taken under FMLA or OFLA will count toward the six-month maximum. Benefits will continue as required under FMLA, or as long as the nurse is using PTO or EIT. Nurses are not guaranteed reinstatement while on non-FMLA or non-OFLA medical leave to the same position except (a) as required by law or (b) as stated in Section H (“Return from Leave”) below.
Medical Leave of Absence. 1. In order to be granted a medical leave of absence, BSO will require a medical certification from a medical doctor licensed in the State of Florida, documenting the accident, illness, or injury. The information should be submitted directly to Employee Benefits.
Medical Leave of Absence. 1. An employee may be granted up to one (1) year leave of absence, without pay, due to personal or immediate family illness. Immediate family shall be defined as: father, moth- er, husband, wife, son/daughter in laws, members of blend- ed families or other persons in a similar relationship to the family household. Employees who have exhausted their accumulated sick days and who have applied for and received an extended unpaid sick leave or qualify to receive Long Term Disability shall be carried under the insurance plan for one (1) year. Employees who have available sick days and are on an approved medical leave and do not qualify for Long Term Disability will have health insurance coverage for one (1) year from the date that the employee’s sick leave days are exhausted. Employees who qualify for Long Term Disability will have health insurance coverage for one (1) year from the date that the Long Term Disability begins. Under this provision, upon return to work, the employee must complete one (1) full year of service (according to each employee’s individual contract (42 weeks, 44 weeks, etc.) before the employee would be eligible for the year coverage of health insurance while on a leave. This requirement does not preclude the employee from using his/ her accumulated leave days (sick or personal) and/or vacation and holiday time.
Medical Leave of Absence. Any member who has completed the required probationary period and who has exhausted their accumulated sick and vacation leave shall be granted a leave of absence for illness for a period not to exceed six (6) months. The member shall furnish satisfactory medical proof of such said illness. The Chief of Police will review the request for unpaid leave on a monthly basis.