Notice of Recall Sample Clauses

Notice of Recall. Notice of recall shall be sent by certified or registered mail to the laid off employee, and shall state the time and date on which the employee is to report back to work. It shall be the employee’s responsibility to keep the Employer notified as to his/her current mailing address. A recalled employee shall be given five (5) calendar days from receipt of notice of recall to respond to the recall. The recalled employee shall have fifteen (15) calendar days from receipt of notice of recall to report to duty. The Employer may fill the position on a temporary basis until the recalled employee can report for work providing the employee responds within the aforementioned period.
Notice of Recall. When Employees are to be recalled by the Employer, they shall be notified by Registered Mail or any other written means the Employer may wish to utilize to their last place of residence known to the Employer, and if they fail to report within fifteen (15) calendar days after the delivery or receipt of such notice, the Employer shall not be under any obligation to re-employ them.
Notice of Recall. (a) Notice of recall to a regular position shall be made by telephone, or if unsuccessful, by registered mail to the last address of the employee known by the Employer. A copy of the letter shall be sent to the President of the Union. It shall be the employee's responsibility to keep the Employer informed of the employee's current address and telephone number during the period of layoff.
Notice of Recall. Where an employee is notified at the time of layoff when he/she is to report back to work, he/she will promptly report at such time without further notice. When an employee is not notified at the time of layoff when he/she is to report back to work, he/she shall be given three (3) days notice of when to report back to work, if the period of layoff has been less than fourteen (14) days. If the layoff period extends for fourteen (14) days or more, the employee shall be given seven (7) days notice of the time to report back to work. Notice to report back to work shall be given by a letter to the address furnished to the Employer by the employee. While waiting for an employee to report back to work, the Employer may utilize any other available person to perform the work.
Notice of Recall. (a) Notice of recall shall be made by telephone, or, if this is unsuccessful, by registered mail to the last known address of the employee. A copy shall be sent to the Union.
Notice of Recall. Notice of recall shall be sent to the members by registered mail, with a copy to the OPBA. The Employer shall be deemed to have fulfilled its obligation by mailing the recall notice, by registered mail, to the last mailing address provided by the employee.
Notice of Recall. It shall be the employee’s responsibility to keep the Employer notified as to his/her current mailing address. Any notices of recall shall be sent by certified or registered mail to the address provided by the employee. The recall notice shall state the time and date on which the employee is to report back to work. An employee shall be given at least five (5) calendar days from receipt of notice, excluding Saturday and Sunday, to report to work. The Employer may fill the position on a temporary basis until the recalled employee can report for work, provided the employee reports within the five (5) day period. Employees recalled to work for which they are qualified, based on the department they were laid-off from, are obligated to take said work. An employee who declines recall to perform work in the department from which he/she was laid-off and for which he/she is qualified, shall forfeit his/her seniority rights.
Notice of Recall. (a) Notice of recall shall be made by telephone, telegram, special delivery, registered mail, or by direct personal contact. The Association will be advised of the notice or attempted notice at the time it is given. Employees notified by mail will be given ten (10) calendar days from the time that notice was initiated by the Employer in which to acknowledge receipt of the notice and to indicate acceptance of the recall. Employees notified by means other than mail will be given five
Notice of Recall. The Employer shall give written notice of recall from layoff by personal service or by sending a certified letter to the Employee at his/her last known address. If the Employee fails to report for work within five (5) days from the date of the receipt of such notice of recall or personal service thereof, unless an extension is granted in writing by the Employer, the Employee shall be considered as a voluntary quit and shall thereby automatically terminate his/her employment relationship with the Employer. The Employer may verify receipt of the recall notice through certified mail or mail returned as undeliverable, unless prior arrangements are made with Central Office. The obligation of the Employer to recall a laid-off Employee shall terminate twelve (12) months following such layoff.
Notice of Recall. The Company will forward notice of recall by certified mail to the last known address of the employee reflected on Company records. A copy of such notice shall also be sent by regular mail to the Union. The employee must, within five (5) calendar days of delivery or attempted delivery of the notice of recall, notify the Company of the employee's intent to return to work on the date specified for recall and, thereafter, return to work on such date. If the employee does not respond as required by this Section 8.4(b), the next employee may be recalled and the notified employee will be terminated from employment with the Company. If no qualified employee remains, a new employee may be hired.