Re-employment Sample Clauses

Re-employment. A regular employee who resigns his/her position and within sixty (60) days is re-employed as a regular employee shall be granted leave of absence without pay covering those days absent and shall retain, effective the date of re-employment, all provisions and rights in relation to seniority and other fringe benefits.
Re-employment. If a Participant who incurs a Separation from Service is subsequently re-employed, he or she may, at the sole and absolute discretion of the Plan Administrator, become a Participant in accordance with the provisions of the Plan.
Re-employment. An employee who is eligible for re-employment must be given a reasonable job offer in accordance with placement priorities under the Policy. Where more than one job is available, the employee will be offered the job nearest the salary level of the pre-disability position. The job offered should be no more than two salary levels below the pre-disability position. When an employee is placed in a lower rated position following rehabilitative employment, Bruce Power will maintain the base salary and benefits of the pre-disability position until the employee's performance standing in the new position exceeds that in the pre-disability position.
Re-employment a. A permanent employee shall have the right to return to the same position in the same classification, or to an equivalent position with regard to pay and skill, as the position he/she held before going on leave as described in Section 1.a. and the first 14 weeks of leave as described under Section 1.c.
Re-employment. A regular Employee who resigns his/her position and within ninety (90) days is re-employed as a regular Employee, shall be granted a leave of absence covering those days absent and shall retain all previous rights in relation to seniority and other fringe benefits, provided he/she has not withdrawn his/her superannuation contributions.
Re-employment. A regular employee who resigns their position and within ninety (90) days is re-employed as a regular employee shall be granted a leave of absence covering those days absent and shall retain all rights in relation to seniority and other benefits, provided they have not withdrawn their superannuation contributions.