Newly Hired Sample Clauses

Newly Hired employees or subcontractors. Before a bid for any such service is considered
Newly Hired. An employee during the first 180 days of employment. During the newly hired period, a nurse may be dismissed without recourse to the grievance procedure. Full-time Nurse. A nurse who is regularly scheduled to work 36 hours or more in one week or 72 hours or more in two weeks. Any nurse designated as a full-time nurse will accumulate and receive all fringe benefits as provided in this Agreement when he or she becomes and for as long as he or she remains a full-time nurse. Part-time Nurse. A nurse who is regularly scheduled to work at least 24 but less than 36 hours in one week or less than 72 hours in two weeks. Variable Shift Nurse. A nurse who is full or part time who does not have a master schedule. Variable positions will be defined upon hire. It will be defined as day- variable, night variable, day/evening-variable, or rotating. Float Nurse. A nurse who is hired into a float position, either full- or part- time, and is regularly scheduled to an assigned unit. The float nurse is the 1 first to float out of the assigned unit or operational unit and will equitably 2 rotate low-census days with floats in other units or operational units. Float 3 nurses must meet competency skills for secondary nurses as set forth in the 4 job description for the unit or operational unit to which the float nurse is 5 floating.
Newly Hired. In the school year first employed, the District will contribute into an HSA for each newly hired teacher the amounts specified in Appendix B –District HSA Contribution for New Hires.
Newly Hired. Appointment to any position in any class shall be made at the minimum rate, and advancement to rates greater than the minimum rate shall be within the limits of the salary range for the class. In exceptional cases after reasonable effort has been made to obtain employees for a particular class at the minimum rate, employment of individuals who possess special qualifications higher than the minimum qualifications prescribed for the particular class may be authorized by resolution of the Personnel Commission at a salary step other than I upon recommendation by the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and the Superintendent.
Newly Hired. An employee during the first 180 days of employment. During the newly hired period, a nurse may be dismissed without recourse to the grievance procedure.

Related to Newly Hired

  • Probation for Newly Hired Employees (a) The Employer may reject a probationary employee for just cause. A rejection during probation shall not be considered a dismissal for the purpose of Article 11.2

  • All Employees The Company shall not include the shift differential in any employee’s wage rate for the calculation of overtime.

  • Affiliated Company Affiliated Company" of any Person means any entity that controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with such Person. As used herein, "control" means the possession, directly or indirectly, of the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of such entity, whether through ownership of voting securities or other interests, by contract or otherwise.

  • Term Employees In instances in which the Employer/University Administration hires an individual for a bargaining unit position and the individual is hired on state or trust funds for a specific purpose with a specific, limited duration, the letter offering the position shall so specify and shall contain the date on which the position terminates. If the termination date is extended for any reason, the bargaining unit member shall be notified in writing.

  • EMPLOYER AND UNION SHALL ACQUAINT NEW EMPLOYEES The Employer agrees to acquaint new employees with the fact that a Collective Agreement is in effect and with the conditions of employment set out in the Articles dealing with Union Security and Dues Check-off. The Employer agrees to provide the name, worksite phone number, and location of the new employee's steward in the letter of hiring. Whenever the steward is employed in the same work area as the new employee, the employee's immediate supervisor will introduce her to her steward. The Employer agrees that a Union steward will be given an opportunity to interview each new employee within regular working hours, without loss of pay, for thirty (30) minutes sometime during the first thirty (30) days of employment for the purpose of acquainting the new employee with the benefits and duties of Union membership and the employee's responsibilities and obligations to the Employer and the Union.