Period of Absence Sample Clauses

Period of Absence. For the purpose of this division, the employer is not required to grant the same employee more than 40 days of leave without pay during the course of any one calendar year. Moreover, such leave shall be granted on the condition that there is an employee available who can fulfill the regular requirements of the position left vacant.
Period of Absence. The Company accepts that the Contractor may from time to time take vacation from his full time client commitments to the Company (Period of Absence). During such periods the Contractor shall ensure that adequate base coverage is provided by the Contractor so as not to prejudice the quality of the overall service. On no account shall the Contractor take a Period of Absence other than in accordance with the following: (a) it shall be within the overall average annual Time Commitment calculation; (b) it shall only exceed 14 consecutive business days with the prior agreement of the Board of the Company, which shall not be unreasonably denied.
Period of Absence. If the applicable Vesting Date occurs during Participant's Period of Absence, then the relevant Options shall vest on such Vesting Date as if Participant were an active employee on such date; provided that, all unvested Options will be forfeited upon the date that is two and one-half months following the end of the year in which the Participant is deemed to have a Separation from Service for purposes of Section 409A if the Participant has not returned to active employment with the Corporation or an Affiliate by such date.
Period of Absence. 1. Absence from duty with pay resulting from injuries received in the actual discharge of an employee's duties shall not exceed four hundred eighty (480) hours from the date the employee was first compelled to be absent from duty as a result thereof unless an extension of the period is approved by the Mayor after his review of the investigation and written report.

Related to Period of Absence

  • LEAVE OF ABSENCE With respect to the Award, the Company may, in its sole discretion, determine that if you are on leave of absence for any reason you will be considered to still be in the employ of, or providing services for, the Company, provided that rights to the Restricted Shares during a leave of absence will be limited to the extent to which those rights were earned or vested when the leave of absence began.

  • Paid Leave of Absence Upon request an employee shall be granted a leave of absence with pay for:

  • PERIOD OF SERVICE The Consultant shall complete the Services on or before December 31, 2019 (the “Deadline”), unless the Authority agrees to extend the Deadline for good reason; provided, however, that the Authority may terminate this Contract at any time in accordance with Section 14. Time is of the essence in performance of this Contract. There will be no obligation established between Authority and the Consultant for performance of the Services until Authority provides the Consultant execution of this Contract and receipt by the Authority of appropriate Certificates of Insurance and other documentation as may be required herein. The term of this Contract (“Term”) shall begin on the Effective Date and shall end on the first to occur of the following: (1) the Deadline, as the same may have been extended by the Authority, (2) the date on which, in the opinion of Authority, all of the Services have been rendered, (3) the date on which this Contract is terminated by the Authority pursuant to Section 14, or (4) the date on which this Contract is terminated by the Consultant pursuant to Section 14.

  • MATERNITY LEAVE OF ABSENCE A Maternity Leave of Absence will be granted, subject to the following:

  • Unpaid Leave of Absence If an employee is on an unpaid leave of absence, then vacation leave, compensatory time, or sick leave cannot be used for the purpose of maintaining eligibility for an Employer Contribution by keeping the employee on a State payroll for one (1) working day per pay period.

  • Period of Leave (a) The period of leave will be for 12 months, from 1 January to 31 December.

  • Extended Leave of Absence Request for extended leave will be submitted in writing to the Superintendent with notification of acceptance or rejection of the request being returned in writing within five (5) calendar days following the next regular Board meeting. No pay will be granted for extended leave. Extended Leave may also be granted for health reasons as defined under Sick Leave. Employees may receive pay through sick and personal leave. Extended leave for health reasons is governed by the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Employees that have exhausted sick, personal, and FMLA may apply for extended leave. For an Extended Leave granted mid-contract year due to extenuating circumstances, the Superintendent has the authority to grant such leave and has been so delegated by the Board. In such circumstances, the employee and the Superintendent shall discuss the anticipated period of leave and the rights, if any, that the teacher may have to return to the District should the leave extend to the end of the contract or school year. If the employee requesting leave was not an employee to whom there was an automatic right to return to the District for the next subsequent school year, no right to an automatic return is created by the employee taking this period of extended leave. If an employee of the District seeks to take a period of Extended Leave for an entire school year, if such a request is received after contracts have been issued for the next subsequent school year and the employee has been issued a new contract, if the leave is granted, the employee will have the right to return to the same or a similar position, if such a position is available at the District at the time of the individual’s return. If the individual is intending to return to the District, notice must be provided to the District’s Administration on or before March 1st. If a request for leave is made for an entire school year prior to the issuance of contracts, a discussion will be held between the District Superintendent and the employee requesting leave as to whether or not a position of any nature shall be available for the employee upon return.

  • Leaves of Absence Article 11 applies for both paid and unpaid leaves. For the purposes of an unpaid 11.25 hour shift, the deduction from pay shall equate to 14.05 hours. For the purposes of an unpaid 7.5 hour shift, the deduction from pay shall equate to 9.375 hours.

  • Leaves of Absences 14.01 Written requests for personal leaves of absence without pay for educational or personal reasons will be considered on an individual basis by the employee’s manager or her designate. Such requests are to be submitted as far in advance as possible with a minimum notice of four (4) weeks except in cases of emergency or if the Employer determines that service needs and staffing requirements can accommodate a leave on shorter notice. A written reply will be given as soon as possible. Such leave shall not be unreasonably withheld. Except in unusual circumstances, a leave of absence other than for educational reasons will not be granted until one year’s continuous service has been completed.

  • Paid Leaves of Absence Paid leaves of absences granted under this Article shall not exceed the employee's normal work schedule.