Pregnancy Leave. (a) Pregnancy leave will be granted in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, except where amended in this provision.
Pregnancy Leave. (a) An employee who is pregnant shall be entitled, upon application, to pregnancy leave and parental leave immediately thereafter. Pregnancy leave shall be granted for seventeen (17) weeks as provided in the Employment Standards Act, and may begin no earlier than seventeen (17) weeks before the expected birth date. The employee shall give the Employer two (2) weeks’ notice, in writing, of the day upon which she intends to commence her leave of absence, unless impossible, and furnish the Employer with a certificate of a legally qualified medical practitioner stating that she is pregnant and giving the estimated day upon which delivery will occur.
Pregnancy Leave. (a) Pregnancy leave will be granted in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, except where amended in this provision. A nurse who is eligible for a pregnancy leave may extend the leave for a period of up to twelve (12) months' duration, inclusive of any parental leave.
Pregnancy Leave. The parties agree that departmental Management shall grant a leave of absence without pay to any full-time permanent employee who becomes disabled as a result of pregnancy, which disability prevents her from performing the duties of her position. Such leave must be requested in writing by the employee and will be granted pursuant to Civil Service Rules and such procedures as are determined by the Director of Personnel and by the Department Head. The parties further agree that upon commencement of an authorized pregnancy leave of absence, any full-time permanent employee disabled as a result of pregnancy, which disability prevents her from performing the duties of her position as certified by her primary care giver (physician, nurse practitioner or nurse mid-wife), may use sick leave benefits for which she is otherwise eligible in the same manner as for any other disability resulting from sickness or injury. Additionally, the employee may use accrued vacation, holiday or compensatory time when on an authorized pregnancy leave of absence during such period of disability.
Pregnancy Leave. 1. A pregnant employee who requests leave shall be given an unpaid leave of absence without loss of seniority or other privileges for a maximum of seventeen (17) weeks, up to eleven (11) weeks prior to the expected delivery date and at least six (6) weeks after the actual delivery date. The employee may choose to delay the commencement of her pregnancy leave, provided she is medically fit to perform the full range of duties of her position. This will not affect the employee’s entitlement to pregnancy leave.
Pregnancy Leave a) The Employer shall provide for permanent and long-term occasional Teachers a SEB plan to top up their EI Benefits. The Teacher who is eligible for such leave shall receive 100% of salary for not less than eight (8) weeks of pregnancy leave less any amount received under the Employment Standards Act, 2000, as amended, during such period. There shall be no deduction from sick leave or the Short Term Leave Disability Program (STLDP).
Pregnancy Leave. (a) Pregnancy leave shall be granted as a right in accordance with the Employment Standards Act and Regulations as they existed on March and shall be minimum requirements incorporated within this Collective Agreement. Effective on confirmation by the Employment Insurance Commissionof the appropriatenessof the Homes’ Supplemental Unemploymentbenefit (SUB) plan, an employee on leave as set out above who is in receipt of Employment Insurancepregnancy benefits pursuant to Section of the Employment Insurance Act, shall be paid a supplemental unemployment benefit. That benefit will be equivalent to the difference between seventy-five percent of her regular weekly earnings and the sum of her weekly Employment Insurance benefits and any other earnings. Such payment shall commence following completion of the two week unemployment waiting period, and receipt by the Home of the employee’s Employment Insurance cheque stub as proof that she is in receipt of Employment Insurance pregnancy benefits and shall continue while the employee is in receipt of such benefits for a maximum period of fifteen (15) weeks. The employee’s regular weekly earnings shall be by multiplyingher regular hourly rate on her last day worked prior to the commencement of the leave times her normal weekly hours. The employee shall give written notification at least two (2) weeks prior to the commencement of the leave, unless impossible due to medical complications, together with her expected date of return. At such time she shall also furnish the Employer with a certificate of a legally qualified medical practitioner stating the estimated date of birth. If pregnancy related complications force the employee to stop work before she has arrangedher leave, the employee shall have two (2) weeks from that date to give the Employer written notice, with a medical certificate confirming the circumstances and the expected or actual date of birth.