Reappointment. In the event an ASF Member who has received severance pay is subsequently reappointed to a state university, future severance pay for the ASF Member shall be computed upon the individual’s unused sick leave balance accumulated since the reappointment.
Reappointment. In the event a faculty member who has received severance pay is subsequently reappointed to the Minnesota State Universities, future severance pay for that individual shall be computed based upon the difference between the amount of accumulated sick leave restored to the faculty member’s credit at the time of reemployment and the amount of unused sick leave at the time of the faculty member’s subsequent eligibility.
Reappointment. Except for unit members with soft money or non-renewable fixed length appointments, unit members who are reappointed beyond the probationary period shall receive a continuing appointment. Unit members with soft money or non-renewable fixed length appointments shall not be eligible for continuing appointment status.
Reappointment. 21.38 Consideration for reappointment during the third year of a librarian member's initial three-year probationary appointment shall be automatic. Reappointment of probationary positions shall be for a period of two (2) years and shall terminate on the thirtieth of June. Such reappointments shall be at the rank of Librarian II.
Reappointment. An employee with five (5) years of service or less shall be placed on a reappointment list for one (1) year. An employee with more than five (5) years of service shall be placed on a reappointment list for two (2) years. Reappointment shall be based on seniority within the department, discipline or specialty. An employee may, at any time while on the list or at the expiry of being on the list other than for reasons of reemployment into a continuing or probationary position, apply to the College to receive a severance payment in accordance with 3.5(b). An employee who elects the severance pay is deemed to have resigned and forfeits any further entitlement to reappointment under this clause.
Reappointment. At least nine (9) months (or such other period as they may agree in writing) prior to the expiry of the period of appointment specified in Clause 4, the Employing Authority and the Officer will enter into discussions with a view to reaching agreement as to whether the Officer shall be reappointed for a further period. Each party will advise the other no later than three (3) months (or such other period as they may agree in writing) prior to the expiry of the period of appointment specified in Clause 4 of their decision regarding matters referred to in 9(a). Repayment of removal expenses (where applicable) If an Officer terminates this contract before completing two years service the Officer will repay to the Employing Authority all expenses paid for the Officer’s relocation, and removal of personal household goods, from ......................................... to ............................................., Western Australia, unless otherwise determined by the Employing Authority.
Reappointment. Teachers who have been laid off and received severance pay and are reappointed to State service are eligible for additional severance only if they meet the continuous State service requirement. Teachers who have received severance as a result of continuous State service and are reappointed to State service are eligible for additional severance upon separation. Severance for eligible teachers returning to state service shall be computed upon the difference between the amount of accumulated but unused sick leave restored to the teacher’s credit at the time the teacher was reappointed and the amount of accumulated but unused sick leave at the time of the teacher’s separation.
Reappointment. When a member is reappointed to a position in a rank the member previously held, the member's rate of pay shall be the Step immediately below the Step at which the member was paid at the time of separation, (or at the Step at which the member was paid at the time of separation in the case of Sergeant and above) unless he/she is required to complete the recruit training program. A member in the training academy will be paid the same rate as a Step A Police Officer. Upon graduation from the Academy, the member will be reappointed to a position in the rank previously held and the rate of pay shall be the Step immediately below the Step at which the member was paid at the time of separation. The member must meet the continuous service requirements for that Step before being advanced to the next Step in his/her rank; prior service in that Step will not be credited for this purpose.
Reappointment. (i) An Employee with five (5) years' seniority or less shall be placed on a reappointment list for one (1) year. An Employee with more than five (5) years' seniority shall be placed on a reappointment list for two (2) years.
Reappointment. If it is found that staff numbers can be increased in a specific area, the President or delegate shall offer reappointment to those faculty members who are qualified for this area and who have been terminated within the previous two (2) years, in the reverse order of termination. Faculty members who are offered, and accept temporary and/or part-time employment shall not lose their rights of recall to a position equivalent to the position held prior to their termination.