MILITARY EXIGENCY LEAVE Sample Clauses

MILITARY EXIGENCY LEAVE. To attend to various short-term matters requiring an employee’s attention when an employee’s spouse, son, daughter, or parent has been called to active duty or is on a Federal call to active duty, generally as a member of the reserve components of the U.S. military. Qualifying exigencies include matters such as childcare and a child’s school activities, financial or legal arrangements, attending certain counseling sessions, short periods of rest and recuperation leave from active deployment, attending certain military events such as post-deployment reintegration briefings, and any matters arising out of a short- term deployment (i.e., a deployment for which an employee’s spouse, son, daughter, or parent receives 7 or fewer calendar days of notice of the deployment). In addition to FMLA leave, the Employer shall provide leave for other compelling personal reasons, or as required by law. Leaves not covered by the FMLA and not otherwise excused or protected by law will be considered as an occurrence(s) of absence under the Employer’s attendance policy. This policy applies to Employee compensation time off and to other approved leaves, such as those occasioned by disability or military service. If an employee is eligible for FMLA, absences for an FMLA-qualifying reason, such as Employee compensation absences or approved disability leaves, will be counted as FMLA leave to the extent permitted by law. If an employee is off of work due to an on-the-job injury and refuses transitional duty offered by the facility, the employee would be considered to be on an unpaid employee leave of absence and all provisions of this policy would apply.
MILITARY EXIGENCY LEAVE. Section 1. After completing one year of service, employees shall be granted up to twelve weeks of military exigency leave without pay with benefits on a rolling twelve month year basis, provided the employee has at least 1250 hours of actual work time within the twelve months preceding the commencement of the leave. Leave under this Section may be used when an absence arises from the fact that an employee’s spouse, parent, son or daughter is on active duty or has been notified of an impending call or order to active duty either 1) in support of a contingency operation as a member of the national guard or a member or retired member of a reserve branch of the armed Forces; or 2) deployed to a foreign country as a member of a regular component of the Armed Forces, for reasons described in the Family and Medical Leave Act. Leave for this purpose shall be approved on an intermittent or reduced-time basis. The request, which shall be submitted at least two weeks in advance if circumstances permit, must include documentation supporting the need for military exigency leave. The twelve week entitlement of leave without pay with benefits under this Article will be reduced by parental leave without pay used under Article 9, Section 1.a., sick leave without pay used under Article 10, Section 6.a., and family care leave without pay used under Article 28, Section 1. After the employee has used an aggregate of twelve weeks of leave with benefits under this Article; Article 9, Section 1.a.; Article 10, Section 6.a. and/or Article 28, Section 1, the Employer is not required to grant subsequent leave without pay with benefits until such time that the employee again becomes eligible for some portion of the twelve week entitlement under the rolling twelve month year, provided that the employee has at least 1250 hours of actual work time within the twelve month period preceding commencement of the leave. The continuation of benefits under this Section is subject to the employee’s payment of any required employee contribution under Article 16, Section 4.
MILITARY EXIGENCY LEAVE. An employee whose spouse, child or parent is called to active duty in the National Guard or Reserves in support of a “contingency operation” may take up to twelve (12) weeks of continuous, intermittent, or reduced schedule leave in a twelve (12) month period to handle non-medical “exigencies” relating to such service. The leave counts against the employee’s twelve (12) week FMLA entitlement. Military-exigency leave can be taken to attend send-off or welcome home ceremonies, to provide emergency child-care, to join the service member on rest leaves for up to five (5) days, or for other reasons detailed in Department of Labor regulations. FMLA Leave must be requested in writing on forms provided by the Board. FMLA Leave will run concurrent with sick leave, personal leave or any other paid leave available to the employee. Time spent on such paid leave for any FMLA condition listed on the FMLA form shall be counted against the maximum FMLA Leave. During FMLA Leave, the board shall continue to pay the contribution toward the monthly premium it makes for a professional staff member on the active payroll. The employee shall pay the remaining portion of the monthly premium (if any), the first day of the month in advance. Upon expiration of FMLA Leave, if the employee remains on unpaid leave, he/she may continue to participate in the Board’s group insurance plan by making payments in accordance with COBRA regulations. To continue to be enrolled in the life insurance program, the employee must pay the entire premium each month. The employer may require an employee that is on FMLA Leave due to his/her own serious medical condition to furnish certification from the employee’s health care provider that the employee is able to resume work. Upon request by the administration, and at the Board’s expense, an employee shall be required to obtain a second opinion from a physician selected by the Board. If the second opinion conflicts with the first, the employee and the employer shall select a third doctor, at Board expense, whose opinion is final and binding. Upon return to service, the employee shall resume the same contract status which he/she held prior to the leave. The Board shall adopt forms and written procedures consistent with this Agreement which may be necessary to fulfill its obligations under the FMLA and shall provide these to employees and others upon request.
MILITARY EXIGENCY LEAVE. Unit members seeking to use Military Exigency Leave are required to provide the District with (1) as much notice of the need for leave as is reasonable and practicable under the circumstances; (2) a copy of the covered military member's active duty orders when the unit member requests leave and/or documentation (such as Rest and Recuperation leave orders) issued by the military setting forth the dates of the military member’s leave; and (3) a completed Certification of Qualifying Exigency form within fifteen (15) calendar days, unless unusual circumstances exist to justify providing the form at a later date.
MILITARY EXIGENCY LEAVE. Eligible employees may take exigency leave as described below:

Related to MILITARY EXIGENCY LEAVE

  • Military Service Leave The Employer and the Union agree that the matter of leave of absence for an employee during the period of his/her military service with the armed forces of the United States, and of his/her reinstatement thereafter, shall be governed by applicable statutes.

  • Military Leave An employee will be granted unpaid Military Leave in accordance with the Employment Standards Act. The employee will give as much notice as is reasonably possible and will provide a copy of the Military Notice when received.

  • Military Family Leave In accordance with the Military Family Leave Act, RCW 49.77, leave without pay will be granted to an employee whose spouse or state registered domestic partner as defined by RCW 26.60.020 and 26.60.030 is on leave from deployment or before and up to deployment, during a period of military conflict. Use of leave without pay, compensatory time, vacation leave, sick leave, personal leave and all or part of a personal holiday is limited to a combined maximum of fifteen (15) working days per deployment. Employees must provide the Employer with five (5) business days’ notice after receipt of official notice that the employee’s spouse or state registered domestic partner as defined by RCW 26.60.020 and 26.60.030 will be on leave or of an impending call to active duty.

  • Military Caregiver Leave The Employer will grant an eligible employee who is a spouse, son, daughter, parent or next of kin of a covered service member with serious injury or illness up to a total of twenty-six (26) work weeks of unpaid leave during a single twelve (12) month period to care for a service member. A “covered service member” is a current member of the Armed Forces, including a member of the National Guard or Reserves, who is undergoing medical treatment, recuperation or therapy, is otherwise in outpatient status or is otherwise on temporarily disability retired list for a serious injury or illness. A serious injury or illness is that which was incurred by the service member in the line of duty that may render the service member unfit to perform the duties of his or her office, grade, rank or rating. The “single twelve (12) month period for leave to care for a covered service member with a serious injury or illness begins on the first day the employee takes leave for this reason and ends twelve (12) months later, regardless of the twelve (12) month period established by the employer for other types of FMLA Leave. An eligible employee is limited to a combined total of twenty-six (26) work weeks of leave for any FMLA-qualifying reason during a single twelve (12) month period. Only twelve (12) of the twenty‐six (26) weeks total may be used for the FMLA qualifying reason other than to care for a covered service member. This provision shall be administered in accordance with the U.S. Department of Labor.

  • Military Leaves 1. Short Term Military Leaves of Absence (Reserve or National Guard Duty) -- Less Than 90 Days Per Calendar Year

  • Emergency Leave The Commissioner of Minnesota Management & Budget, after consultation with the Commissioner of Public Safety, may excuse State employees from duty with full pay in the event of a natural or man made emergency, if continued operation would involve a threat to the health or safety of individuals. Absence with pay shall not exceed sixteen (16) working hours at any one time unless the Commissioner of Minnesota Management & Budget authorizes a longer duration.

  • Military Training Leave An employee who has served with the State of Oregon or its counties, municipalities or other political subdivisions for six (6) months or more immediately preceding an application for military leave, and who is a member of the National Guard or of any reserve components of the armed forces of the United States is entitled to a leave of absence with pay for a period not exceeding fifteen (15) calendar days or eleven (11) workdays in any training year (October 1 through September 30). If the training time for which the employee is called to active duty is longer than fifteen (15) calendar days, the employee may be paid for the first fifteen (15) days only if such time is served for the purpose of discharging an obligation of annual active duty for training in the military reserve or National Guard.

  • Military Leave of Absence Upon application, a military leave of absence without pay will be granted to employees who are inducted through Selective Service or voluntary enlistment, or those called through membership in the National Guard or reserve component into the Armed Forces of the United States. Credited service for military service shall be determined by the retirement plan.

  • Military Service In order to comply with SERVICE MEMBERS CIVIL RELIEF ACT it is Occupant's obligation to notify the Owner in writing that Occupant and any Occupant family member storing goods at the Facility are in active military service, in order to determine Occupant's qualifications under this Act. If Occupant's military status or Occupant's family member's military status changes, Occupant is required to notify the Owner in writing of this change immediately.

  • Emergency Service Leave ‌ Where employees' services are required for emergency operations by request from the Provincial Emergency Program or appropriate police authority, leave from work as required may be granted without loss of basic pay. If any remuneration, other than for expenses, is received, it shall be remitted to the Employer.