Personal Leave of Absence. The Administrator may grant a request for leave of absence for personal reasons without pay provided that he receives at least one (1) month's clear notice, in writing, unless impossible, and provided that such leave may be arranged without undue inconvenience to the normal operations of the Nursing Home. Employees when applying for such leave shall indicate the proposed date of departure and return. Such leave shall not be unreasonably withheld.
Personal Leave of Absence. The Administrator may grant a request for leave of absence for personal reasons without pay provided that he receives at least one (1) month’s clear notice, in writing, unless impossible, and provided that such leave may be arranged without undue inconvenience to the normal operations of the Nursing Home. Employees when applying for such leave shall indicate the proposed date of departure and return. Such leave shall not be unreasonably withheld. The Employer will not normally grant personal leaves of absence during the peak periods of: June 15th– September 15th, December 15th to January 15th and March Break.
Personal Leave of Absence. Written requests for a personal leave of absence without pay will be considered on an individual basis by the Chief Administrative Officer or designate. Such requests are to be submitted as far in advance as possible, but no less than seven days prior to the requested leave, and a written reply will be given within 2 business days, except in cases of emergency, in which case a reply will be given as soon as possible. Permission for such leave shall not be unreasonably withheld.
Personal Leave of Absence. Personal leave of absence as described herein is leave without pay and may be requested by a member of the bargaining unit for purely personal reasons. A member of the bargaining unit may request short-term personal leave of absence within the school or department to which the employee is assigned. Personal leave as described herein shall be requested through the Principal or Department Head for his/her approval and subsequently approved by the Superintendent. An employee granted an unpaid leave of absence shall be returned to his/her former classification if the leave is less than ninety (90) days, notwithstanding the layoff provisions contained in this agreement. An employee granted a leave of absence and who wishes to return before the leave period has expired, may submit a request to return to the Principal/Department Head. An employee granted a leave of absence in excess of ninety (90) days will be permitted to return to work provided there is an opening in the same job classification in the work unit. If the former position is not available, the employee, upon written request, shall be listed as an eligible applicant for a period of six (6) months.Group Life and Hospitalization Insurance coverage may be continued for a period equal to the authorized leave of absence, provided full premium payments, including the Board's payment, are kept current by the employee.
Personal Leave of Absence. An employee, who has completed one (1) year of continuous employment, may request in writing a personal leave of absence up to ninety (90) calendar days without pay. If granted by the Employer, such leave of absence shall not affect accumulation of seniority. Such leave may not be taken more than once every four (4) years. Leave without pay shall only be taken pursuant to this Section and cannot be substituted for sick leave, vacation or comp time.
Personal Leave of Absence. Employees may be granted leaves of absence limited, except in case of physical disability, to 480 hours in any twelve (12) month period without loss of seniority. Retention of seniority during longer leaves of absence may be arranged for by agreement between the Authority and the Union.
Personal Leave of Absence. When the operational requirements of Huron Lodge permit, an employee may be granted leave without pay or benefits in accordance with the following conditions:
Personal Leave of Absence. An employee may be granted a personal leave of absence, without pay, upon approval of the Safety-Service Director. Requests for a personal leave shall be submitted to the Safety-Service Director seven (7) working days prior to the requested effective date of said leave and shall include the reasons for the intended absence. The Safety-Service Director shall determine the merits of the requested leave and approve or deny the request within three (3) work days after receiving it. Upon returning from an approved, unpaid leave of absence without pay, the employee shall be given first preference on job vacancies or new positions in the classification he or she left. An employee on an unpaid personal leave shall not accumulate seniority or benefits while on such leave but shall retain previously accumulated seniority when reinstated following said leave.
Personal Leave of Absence. Employees may occasionally request time off without pay. When such time off becomes necessary, it must be requested through the employee’s immediate supervisor. A leave of absence, for purposes of this Provision, is defined as an absence from work requested in writing by a District employee and approved in writing by the Chief of Police and by the Human Resources Department Manager. Such leaves must specify an agreed upon period of time normally longer than two(2) days but not to exceed six (6) calendar months.Leaves of absence generally fall into the following categories:
Personal Leave of Absence. In addition to any unpaid leaves of absence required by law, Employees may be granted an unpaid personal leave of absence for a period not to exceed one year at the discretion of the Employer. All requests for such leave shall be made in writing at least two (2) weeks in advance; exceptions to the two (2) week notice period may be granted by the Administrator of the Employer. Such requests shall be granted on a nondiscriminatory basis. Employees may not hold other employment while on a personal leave of absence, except employment held prior to the leave of absence; violation of this provision shall result in termination from employment with the Employer. For all personal leaves of less than two (2) months in length, when an Employee specifies a return date when the leave begins, the Employer shall return the Employee to his/her regularly scheduled position if the Employee provides the Employer with notice at least three (3) weeks in advance of the Employee’s desire to return to work. For all personal leaves of more than two (2) months in length or for leaves of less than two (2) months in length if an Employee did not specify a return date when the leave began, the Employer does not guarantee a position for such Employee, but the Employer shall try to return the Employee to a position of comparable hours and duties, which may not include reinstatement to the same hours, shift or location if the Employee provides the Employer with notice at least three (3) weeks in advance of his/her desire to return to work. If no position of comparable hours and duties is available, the Employee shall be placed on layoff status.