Must Be Employed Sample Clauses

Must Be Employed. In order for Employee to earn the incentives listed in this Section, Employee must be employed by Employer in the same capacity as listed in Section 2.1 above, at the time the incentive is earned. Alternatively, Employee is entitled to the above compensation if Employee is employed by Employer in a different position, if approved by the Employer, at Employer’s sole discretion. If Employee is terminated then any unearned incentives will expire immediately.

Related to Must Be Employed

  • Re-employment A regular employee who resigns their position and within 90 days is re-employed as a regular employee shall be granted leave of absence without pay covering those days absent and shall retain, effective the date of re-employment, all provisions and rights in relation to seniority and other fringe benefits, provided they have not withdrawn their superannuation contributions.

  • Alternative Employment Subject to an application by the employer and further order of Fair Work Commission an employer may pay a lesser amount (or no amount) of severance pay than that contained in 48.10 above if the employer obtains acceptable alternative employment for an employee.

  • Eligible Employee For purposes of FMLA Family Care Leave, eligible employees are those employees who have been employed by the Employer for at least twelve months and have worked at least 1,250 hours in the previous twelve months. An employee's eligibility for contractual leaves of absence remain unaffected by this Section, however, such leaves will count towards the employee's FMLA leave entitlement after the employee has been employed by the Employer for at least 12 months and has worked 1,250 hours during the previous twelve month period. Where the term "employee" is used in this Section, it means, "eligible employee". For purposes of FMLA leave eligibility “employed by the Employer” means “employed by the State of Michigan”.

  • New Employee 34.01(a) (i) Unless the Parties agree, in writing, to an extension of the probationary period, all Employees who work greater than twenty-four (24) hours per week shall be considered probationary for a period of up to three (3) calendar months following date of appointment to the University.

  • Outside Employment Executive will devote Executive’s full time and attention to the performance of the duties incident to Executive’s position with the Company, and will not have any other employment with any other enterprise or substantial responsibility for any enterprise which would be inconsistent with Executive’s duty to devote Executive’s full time and attention to Company matters; provided, however, that the foregoing will not prevent Executive from participation in any charitable or civic organization or, subject to CEO consent, which consent will not be unreasonably withheld, from service in a non-executive capacity on the boards of directors of up to two other companies that does not interfere with Executive’s performance of the duties and responsibilities to be performed by Executive under this Agreement.

  • Grantee Employment Nothing contained in this Agreement, and no action of the Company or the Committee with respect hereto, shall confer or be construed to confer on the Grantee any right to continue in the employ of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or interfere in any way with the right of the Company or any employing Subsidiary to terminate the Grantee's employment at any time, with or without cause; subject, however, to the provisions of any employment agreement between the Grantee and the Company or any Subsidiary.

  • School Year Employment If an employee is employed on the basis of a school year and such employment contemplates absences from the State payroll during the summer months or vacation periods scheduled by the Appointing Authority which occur during the regular school year, the employee shall nonetheless remain eligible for an Employer Contribution, provided that the employee appears on the regular payroll for at least one (1) working day in the payroll period immediately preceding such absences.

  • Regular Part-Time Employee A regular part-time employee is one who works less than full-time on a regularly scheduled basis. Regular part-time employees accumulate seniority on an hourly basis and are entitled to all benefits outlined in this Collective Agreement.

  • Part-Time Employment Monthly compensation for part-time employment will be pro-rated based on the ratio of hours worked to hours required for full-time employment. In the alternative, part-time employees may be paid the appropriate hourly rate for all hours worked.

  • Secondary Employment 24.1 Off-duty employment of a security nature conducted according to the procedures set forth below is authorized by the Pensacola Police Department because it confers a substantial benefit upon citizens by allowing an expanded law enforcement presence at minimal expense to the City. However, officers engaged in off-duty security employment should remain constantly aware that they are law enforcement officers utilizing equipment provided by the City of Pensacola while engaging in such activities, and they are perceived by the public as on-duty officers. Therefore, all officers are directed to conduct their behavior while working off-duty in exactly the same manner and following all applicable policies and procedures as though they were working on their scheduled tour of duty. The compensation is provided by an entity other than the City of Pensacola does not diminish an officer’s responsibilities and can never be allowed to present a conflict of interest between the entity providing compensation and the paramount responsibility as a police officer. Under no circumstance will any officer working off-duty disregard any law enforcement responsibility or violate any policy or procedure of the Pensacola Police Department at the request or at the direction of an off-duty employee. Independent judgment as a law enforcement officer must prevail in every situation. A police officer is authorized by Florida Law (F.S.S. 790.052) during off-duty hours – at discretion of their superior officer – to perform law enforcement functions normally performed during work hours. Pensacola Police officers are authorized by the Police Chief to carry firearms off-duty and to perform law enforcement functions for off-duty employment normally performed during duty hours. Members engaging in permanent business or employment shall submit a request for permission to do so to the Police Chief.