OFFS Sample Clauses

OFFS. 10.01 The Employer will give the employee four (4) hours’ notice of layoff.
OFFS. Whenever economic or force conditions are considered by the Company to warrant the off Regular employees, such force adjustments as the Company may deem necessary shall be effective among covered the Collective subject to the conditions:
OFFS. No composing room employee(s) will lose their employment as a result of classified advertisements being produced offsite. Dated of .............................. 20.... .................................................................................... For the Company .................................................................................... For the Union LETTER OF AGREEMENT NO. 11 Between SURREY NOW, a division of Glacier Media Inc., and COMMUNICATIONS, ENERGY and PAPERWORKERS UNION OF CANADA, LOCAL 2000
OFFS. 8.3. The Chief Probation Officer (or designee), or supervisor with authority, may direct an employee to leave his/her worksite if there is insufficient work for said employee to do. Said employee shall not receive pay, but shall receive other benefits for the time after which he/she has been directed to leave.
OFFS. 11 A As I have just explained, regulation 12 eliminates much, but not all of the risk from a utility 13 shareholder's investment. One of the recognized 14 limitations on the ratepayers' obligations is that they 15 should not be forced to pay for investments that are not 16 prudently acquired or "used and useful". All of the 17 cited write offs, in one way or another, ran afoul of 18 this rule. The fact that they had to be written off is 20 nor is it peculiar to the regulatory world. In the 22 projects and uneconomic assets are mercilessly destroyed 24 intentions, the prudence of the original investment, or 25 its functional usefulness. 218
OFFS. The Employer committed to an open, cooperative approach to its staff and as such recognizes the value of consultation. It is understood this consultation is intended as a courtesy and is not intended to prevent or restrict the Employer from managing. When circumstances permit, should the Employer plan to lay-off or reduce the number of full- time or part-time employees the following procedure will be undertaken:
OFFS. When employees are scheduled to be laid off from the plant, such lay-offs will be in order of reverse seniority.
OFFS. When it becomes necessary to reduce the working force at the plant of the Company, plant seniority shall apply with respect to all qualifications being sufficient. In the consideration of plant seniority, it will be the practice to lay off the employee having the shortest period of plant seniority. It is that some leeway is necessary to the Company in the application of this rule in order to provide for instances where skill, experience. and/or ability necessitate that exceptions be made in order to insure efficient and continuous plant operations.
OFFS. In cases of lay-offs, other than temporary lay-offs, mill seniority shall apply, taking into consideration ability to perform the duties required in the various departments. (Scheduled operation is not construed as a general Temporary lay-off is defined as a minimum of four (4) days and a maximum of thirty-one (31) days in which case lay-offs shall be in the reverse order of the established line of progression. In the application of the lay-off, an employee having greater departmental seniority will not be displaced from his position by one of lesser departmental seniority. Employeeswill be laid off from the bottomjobs on the basis of departmental seniority. There shall be no crossing of lines of progression. In lay-offs, other things being equal, the principle of seniority shall govern. In any case of lay-offs, where seniority is not followed, the union committee shall be privileged to present recommendationsfor the consideration of the company before final action is taken. In the event of a dispute arising out of the application of the foregoing, the union reserves the right to the grievance clause, Article If and when positions are discontinued (for a period of thirty-one days or the employee affected will have the right to be assigned to a position in the labour pool provided that he holds more mill seniority than the junior man in the labour pool. All referencesto be made to Appendix ARTICLE PROMOTIONS In cases of promotions in positions within the jurisdiction of the local, the oldest permanent employee in point of service in the department among employees of equal efficiency and ability, if qualified, shall be given preference. If within a trial period of ninety (90) days such employee is found inefficient in the opinion of management, in such promotion, or, if the employee wished and the company agreed the reason was good and sufficient he then shall be returned to his former position. When a permanent vacancy occurs in a line of progression, promotions shall take place up the line of progressionas per above and the bottomjob in the line of progression shall be posted on the bulletin boards for twenty (20) calendar days. Any employee may apply. When permanent vacancies occur outside a line of progression or by the creation of new jobs such positions shall be posted on the bulletin boards for twenty (20) calendar days. Persons having mill seniority with the necessary ability shall be given preference in considering all applications for such vacancie...
OFFS. 8.02 (a) In all cases of lay-off of five (5) calendar days or more when the Company has decided that circumstances require a reduction of the working force the following shall apply: