Parental Leave Allowance Sample Clauses

Parental Leave Allowance. (a) An employee who qualifies for parental leave pursuant to Clause 26.02, shall be paid a parental leave allowance in accordance with the Supplemental Unemployment Benefit (SUB) Plan. In order to receive this allowance, the employee must provide to the Employer proof of application and eligibility to receive employment insurance benefits pursuant to the Employment Insurance Act. An employee disentitled or disqualified from receiving employment insurance benefits is not eligible for parental leave allowance.
Parental Leave Allowance. 7.1 A Parental Leave Allowance is payable only for Parental Leave of Absences commencing on or after the 6th day of August, 1997.
Parental Leave Allowance. 30.04 After completion of six (6) months continuous employment, an indeterminate employee who has been granted parental leave without pay and who provides the Employer with proof that he/she has applied for and is in receipt of parental benefits pursuant to Section 23, Employment Insurance Act shall be paid a parental leave allowance.
Parental Leave Allowance. A member who has been granted maternity leave with allowance prior to the parental leave is not eligible for parental leave with allowance. A member who has been granted a maternity leave without allowance immediately prior to the parental leave and where the other parent is a member who qualifies for parental leave with allowance, as indicated below, the Members may share the period of parental leave with allowance. Only one parental leave with allowance period, per pregnancy or adoption, will be granted if both parents are members and if both members are qualified. In order to qualify for Parental Leave Allowance during parental leave, a member must qualify for Parental Leave in accordance with the provisions of the Manitoba Employment Standards Code and:
Parental Leave Allowance. An employee who qualifies for parental leave pursuant to Clause 21.2, will be paid a parental leave allowance in accordance with the Supplemental Employment Benefit (SEB) Plan. In order to receive this allowance, the employee must have completed six consecutive months of employment with the Employer and must provide to the Employer proof of application and eligibility to receive employment insurance benefits pursuant to the Employment Insurance Act. An employee disentitled or disqualified from receiving employment insurance benefits is not eligible for parental leave allowance. Pursuant to the Supplemental Employment Benefit (SEB) Plan and subject to leave apportionment pursuant to Clause 21.2(b), the parental leave allowance will consist of a maximum of 35 weekly payments, equivalent to the difference between the employment insurance gross benefits and any other earnings received by the employee and 75% of the employee's basic pay, which can be spread out over 61 weeks.
Parental Leave Allowance. Employees who agree to return to work for a period of at least (6) six-months and who provide the Gallery with proof that they have applied for and are eligible to receive employment insurance benefits under the Employment Insurance Act or the Quebec Parental Insurance Plan shall be paid a parental leave allowance in accordance with the Supplementary Employment Benefit Plan as follows:
Parental Leave Allowance. (1) An employee who qualifies for parental leave may be paid a parental leave allowance as follows:
Parental Leave Allowance. (See note limiting applicability)
Parental Leave Allowance. An employee who qualifies for parental leave shall be paid a parental leave allowance in accordance with the Supplemental Employment Benefit (SEB) Plan. Reference Article 41.06.
Parental Leave Allowance. (a) A regular employee who has passed their probation and who qualifies for parental leave pursuant to Clause 24.3 shall be paid a parental leave allowance in accordance with the SUB Plan agreement.