Other Leaves of Absence. In the event that you are on a bona fide leave of absence, not otherwise described in this definition, from which you have not returned to employment with the Company or an Affiliate, your Separation from Service has occurred on the first day on which your leave of absence period exceeds six months or, if earlier, upon your termination of employment (provided that such termination of employment constitutes a Separation from Service in accordance with the last sentence of the first paragraph of this definition).
Other Leaves of Absence. The Hospitals and employees may mutually agree to a leave of absence for other reasons not set forth in this section.
Other Leaves of Absence. Requests for leaves of absence for reasons other than illness, disability, pregnancy or jury duty shall be made in writing and a copy thereof sent to the Union by the Hospital. Such requests may be granted at the discretion of the Hospital.
Other Leaves of Absence. Section 7. 1. General Policy. The following types of leaves and no other are officially established: holidays, vacation, sick leave, personal convenience, wellness day, injury leave, military leave, civil leave and leave without pay. All leaves may be granted by the Department Head in conformance with the rules established for each type of leave and shall re- ceive the approval of the Human Resources Director or City Manager, as specified. If an employee is in an unpaid status for thirty (30) days or more, he or she will not accrue any leave benefits. If an employee is in a no pay status, not covered under FMLA, their anniversary date will be adjusted by the number of days they were in the no pay status.Section 7.2. Injury Leave.
Other Leaves of Absence. Unless otherwise specifically denoted within a section, all requests for leaves of absence or returns from leaves of absence including leave requests for reduced or modified contracts must be submitted to Employee Services prior to March 1st of each year. Teachers who are unable to return from previously approved leaves of absence must provide advance notice as soon as practical, to Employee Services to determine the teacher’s employment status. Individual teachers who have been absent for more than one year due to physical and/or mental impairments may be subject to the provisions of Minn. Stat. § 122A.40, Subd. 13.
Other Leaves of Absence. Leave for military, jury duty, disability (physical or mental), professional, personal, parental, and other approved purposes may be granted by the Director of Education/Program Director. Such leave granted may require additional training time to meet program requirements. (See PH GME Resident Leave of Absence policies)
Other Leaves of Absence. Eligible employees shall be entitled but not limited to all rights and privileges provided in the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993; and other federal and state laws regulating pregnancy and/or medical leave.
Other Leaves of Absence. Employees may be granted other Leave Without Pay at the University's discretion. Such leaves shall normally not exceed six (6) months but may be extended up to an additional six (6) months with the approval of the employee's Dean or Director. Requests for other leaves must be in writing, and with no less than five (5) workdays written notice in advance of the requested leave period. The supervisor will also respond in writing to the employee's request at least two (2) days prior to the employee's requested leave. All appropriate supporting documentation, including physician’s statements for employees requesting a medical leave of absence must be attached before leave will be approved. The supervisor will respond in writing to the employee's request within two (2) business days of having received the request and any necessary documentation. In the event of an emergency that precludes giving prior notification, the advance notice requirement may be waived, by the University, if the employee demonstrates that prior notification was not possible.
Other Leaves of Absence. Requests for unpaid leaves of absence of one day or longer for reasons other than illness, disability, pregnancy, or jury duty may be granted with supervisory approval.
Other Leaves of Absence. The Board may grant a leave of absence without pay or benefits to an employee for a purpose it, in its discretion, deems appropriate and beneficial to the School District for a period of up to one