Permanent Status. An employee will attain permanent status in a job classification upon his/her successful completion of a probationary, trial service or transition review period.
Permanent Status. An appointment with permanent status is an appointment granted by the Employer upon successful completion of the probationary period specified in Subd. 4 above. Appointments with permanent status are for an indefinite time period and individuals holding such appointments continue in employment status within the university, but not in any particular position, unless terminated under the provisions of either Article 23, Discharge Suspension, and Disciplinary Demotion, or Article 22, Personnel Reduction and Layoff.
Permanent Status. Upon written notice submitted by the Appointing Authority to the Commissioner of Minnesota Management & Budget that the probationary teacher has satisfactorily completed the probationary period, or if the Appointing Authority fails to take action, either to grant permanent status or to terminate a probationary teacher, the teacher will be given permanent status.
Permanent Status. Once hired, each new MCCS employee shall serve a twelve (12) month probationary period. During probation, the employee may be dismissed at any time without the establishment of just cause. Any such dismissal is final and will not be subject to the grievance procedure or grievance arbitration. An employee’s probationary period may be extended for up to (3) months. The Trustees will provide the written notice regarding the status of the probationary period (pending unforeseen circumstances) at least two (2) weeks prior to the end of the probationary period. No employee’s probationary period shall be extended without the employee being informed in writing prior to the expiration of such period. Unless notified in writing otherwise prior to expiration of his/her probationary period or extension thereof, the employee shall be granted permanent status immediately following such probationary period. Time off for unpaid leave during probation or extension of probation shall not count toward either period. The “just cause” provisions of the Agreement shall not apply to an employee serving an extended initial probation. Employees promoted to a new job classification will serve a three (3) month probationary period.
Permanent Status. Permanent status in State service shall be attained with satisfactory completion of the initial probationary period. Permanent status in a job class shall be obtained on the day following the satisfactory completion of the probationary period unless an employee has been, in accordance with other provisions of this Agreement:
Permanent Status. Employees successfully completing their probationary period shall be considered perma- nent Employees and shall be entered on the seniority list and shall rank for seniority pur- poses from the first day of employment in a position covered by this Agreement.
Permanent Status. An employee will attain permanent status in a job classification upon successful completion of a probationary, trial service or transition review period. If an employee has worked more than 12 consecutive months in a non-permanent status and the work is ongoing, the employee and/or the employee’s supervisor can seek a change in status to a permanent status. The Appointing Authority will determine if a permanent status shall be given.