Pregnancy or Parental Leave Sample Clauses

Pregnancy or Parental Leave. The Agency shall allow parental leave or Family Medical Leave (FMLA) in accordance with state and/or federal statute.
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Pregnancy or Parental Leave. The top up of the EI Benefits will be to ninety-three percent (93%) of the Employee’s regular weekly earnings (total of EI Benefits and top-up will not exceed 93% of regular weekly earnings). For pregnancy Leave, the top-up is for the period the Employee was in receipt of EI Benefits to a maximum of fifteen (15) weeks. For Parental leave, the top-up is for a maximum of ten (10) weeks while in receipt of EI Benefits.
Pregnancy or Parental Leave. Entitlement Employees are entitled to Parental Leave as specified in this Collective Agreement and under the provisions and regulations of the Employment Standards Act of British Columbia, as amended from time to time. Supplementary top-up benefits for employees described in this Article are contingent on the employee applying for the maximum Employment Insurance ("EI") benefits available to the Employee under the Canada Employment Insurance Act.
Pregnancy or Parental Leave. (a) An employee, or employees spouse who becomes pregnant, shall notify the Employer of her pregnancy at least weeks prior to the expected date of termination of her pregnancy: and, subject to section of this Clause, shall, eleven
Pregnancy or Parental Leave. Leave of absence without pay for pregnancy or parental leave of up to fifty two (52) weeks shall be granted in accordance with the Ontario Employment Standards Act. An employee on pregnancy leave or parental leave shall continue to accumulate seniority. The Employer will continue to pay benefits on behalf of the employee for a period of fifty-two (52)weeks. On the employee’s return from pregnancy or parental leave, the employee shall be placed in their former position or the position that they posted into while on leave. The employee shall provide at least two (2) weeks notice of the date of return from pregnancy or parental leave.
Pregnancy or Parental Leave without pay, will be in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act. Pregnancy leave is a leave of absence for a period of seventeen (17) weeks, by reason of the employee's pregnancy. Parental leave is a leave of absence for a period of eighteen (18) weeks by reason of the birth of an employee's child (not the mother) the coming of the child into custody, or for the care and control of the child by the parent for the first time. An employee who has been employed by her Employer for at least thirteen (13) weeks may apply for pregnancy and/or parental leave under the provisions of the Employment Standards Act upon written request to the Association for a total leave under these provisions of thirty-five (35) weeks. An employee may, upon written request to the Association, not later than four (4) weeks following the actual date of her delivery, apply for an extension of her pregnancy and parental leave for a further period which may not exceed eight weeks. An employee who intends to work beyond the end of her sixth (6th) month of pregnancy shall, if requested to do so by the Association, submit to the Association an acceptable medical certificate indicating that the performance of her work will not be materially affected by the pregnancy and that the continued performance of her work will not be a hazard to her pregnancy. The Association expressly reserves the right to determine whether the duties can reasonably be performed by a pregnant woman or whether her work is materially affected by the pregnancy. During any authorized maternity leave, the employee will be responsible for the employee portion of subsidized employee benefits in which she is participating. The employee may arrange with the Association to prepay the employee portion of the premium of the subsidized employee benefits for the entire period of the leave to ensure coverage.
Pregnancy or Parental Leave. The provisions of the Employment Standards Act shall apply to the granting of Pregnancy or Parental Leave. During such leave seniority, service and benefits shall continue to accrue. Statutory holidays will not be paid, and Vacation Pay will not accrue during Pregnancy/Parental Leave.
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Pregnancy or Parental Leave. 21.03 An employee, or employee's spouse who becomes pregnant, shall notify the Employer of her pregnancy at least 15 weeks prior to the expected date of termination of her pregnancy; and, subject to section (ii) of this Clause, shall, eleven (11) weeks before the expected date of the termination of her pregnancy be granted leave without pay for a period ending not later than twenty- six (26) weeks after the date of the termination of her pregnancy.
Pregnancy or Parental Leave 

Related to Pregnancy or Parental Leave

  • Pregnancy/Parental Leave Pregnancy/Parental Leave will be granted in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act as amended from time to time.

  • Pregnancy and Parental Leave (a) Pregnancy/Parenting leave will be granted in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, except where amended in this provision.

  • Pregnancy Leave (a) Pregnancy leave will be granted in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, except where amended in this provision.

  • Maternity/Parental Leave The term of the temporary posting shall be for the term of the illness or maternity/parental leave but shall not exceed eighteen (18) continuous months.

  • Medical Leave of Absence Where you have a medical leave of absence due to any medically determinable physical or mental impairment that can be expected to result in death or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than six months, and you have not returned to employment with the Company or an Affiliate, a Separation from Service has occurred on the earlier of: (A) the first day on which you would not be considered “disabled” under any disability policy of the Company or Affiliate under which you are then receiving a benefit; or (B) the first day on which your medical leave of absence period exceeds 29 months.

  • Parental Leave of Absence A. A female unit member may use any or all accumulated leave during pre- and post-natal care for that period of time she is temporarily disabled, as determined by the unit member and her physician.

  • Parental Leave (a) A nurse who becomes a parent of a child is eligible to take a parental leave in accordance with the provisions of the Employment Standards Act, except where amended in this provision.

  • Maternity and Parental Leave Employees are eligible for unpaid leave of absence from employment subject to the conditions in this article. Every employee who intends to take a leave of absence under this article will give at least four weeks' notice in writing to the Employer unless there is a valid reason why such notice cannot be given and will inform the Employer in writing of the length of leave intended to be taken. Each employee who wishes to change the effective date of approved leave will give four weeks' notice of such change unless there is a valid reason why such notice cannot be given.

  • Paid Parental Leave 44.2 In addition, if the Employee is entitled to paid parental leave under the Paid Parental Leave Act 2010 (Cth) (PPL Act) as the primary carer of the child:

  • Maternity Adoption and Parental Leave The following in part reflects the provisions of the Employment Standards Act on these matters. In all cases of dispute, and where the Act as amended from time to time is superior, the provisions of the Act will prevail.

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