Recall. A. The Employer will maintain a layoff list for each job classification. Permanent employees who are laid off may have their names placed on the layoff list for the job classification from which they were laid off or bumped. Additionally, employees may request to have their names placed on the appropriate layoff list for other job classifications in which they have held permanent status at the same or lower salary ranges, regardless of a break in service with the current Employer. However, employees will not have their names placed on a layoff list if they were demoted for cause from the classification in the last six (6) years. An employee’s name will remain on the layoff list for three (3) years from the effective date of their layoff.
Recall. Employees who are on an OSFM layoff list and have designated in writing the positions and locations shall be recalled in service credit order beginning with the employee with the highest service credits who meets all of the minimum qualifications for the position and who is capable of performing the specific requirements of the position as stated on the position description within thirty (30) days. An employee who is seeking recall has no right to a trial service period of any duration in the position into which the employee is attempting to return. Further, the thirty (30) day time period is for the purposes of orienting an employee to the position, not training the employee to do the work. Therefore, it is necessary that the employee can perform all of the duties and responsibilities of the position as determined by the OSFM prior to being recalled to the position. If an employee on a layoff list is offered a position, he/she may refuse the position, but his/her name will be removed from the layoff list. An employee appointed to a position from a layoff list shall be removed from all other layoff lists. If a temporary appointment is necessary and is expected to last longer than forty-five (45) days and there is a layoff list for that classification, employees on the layoff list shall first be offered the temporary appointment prior to hiring any other temporary. Not accepting a temporary job does not constitute a right of refusal under this Section. This shall only apply to employees separated from State service. Such employees shall be appointed as a temporary employee, remain on the layoff list, and will not be eligible for any benefits covered under this Agreement.
Recall. An employee recalled to work in a different classification from which they were laid off shall have the privilege of returning to the position they held prior to the lay-off should it become vacant within six (6) months of being recalled. The laid off employee has the right to refuse recall to a lower paying position. Such refusal will not affect an employee’s right to recall as provided herein. No new employees shall be hired until all those laid off have been given an opportunity to return to work, and have failed to notify the Hospital of their intention in accordance with the following paragraph, or the employee has been found unable to perform the work available. It is the sole responsibility of the employee who has been laid off to notify the Hospital of their intention within five (5) working days and to return to work within ten (10) working days (exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) after being notified to do so by registered mail, addressed to the last address on record with the Hospital. The notification shall state the job to which the employee is eligible to be recalled and the date and time at which the employee shall report for work. The employee is solely responsible for their proper address being on record with the Hospital. Where the employee fails to notify the Hospital of their intention to return to work in accordance with the above paragraph, the employee shall lose all seniority and be deemed to have quit the employ of the Hospital.
Recall. A) Should regular vacancies occur following lay-off, those employees on lay-off shall be recalled to these positions in order of seniority providing they have the capabilities and qualifications to perform the duties of the vacant position. Laid-off employees may decline recall to one regular position without affecting their lay-off status.
Recall. Employees shall be recalled in the reverse order of the layoff provided that those recalled are qualified to perform the work assigned. To be eligible for recall, a laid-‐off employee must keep their Employer informed of his/her current address and phone number. The applicable Employer shall notify laid-‐off workers of recall by certified letter. When offered re-‐employment from layoff, the employee must indicate acceptance and availability for work within seven (7) days of receipt of letter unless unusual circumstances prohibit return within that time period.
Recall. When a vacancy occurs or a new position is established, laid off employees shall be recalled in the following manner:
Recall. Notice of recall to an employee who has been laid-off shall be made by registered mail to the Union with a copy to the employee. The employee must respond to such notice within ten (10) days of receiving it or possibly lose rights of seniority and recall, however, an employee who is prevented from responding to a recall notice because of illness or other reason beyond the employee's control shall not lose such rights thereby. An employee having to give notice to another Employer shall be deemed as having complied with this ten (10) day period.
Recall. Employees shall be recalled from layoff in the order in which their names appear on the Seniority Unit Layoff List as provided in Section 3H of this Article (employee must be position-qualified if Unit 6). An employee on either the Seniority Unit or Class Layoff List shall be notified of recall by written personal notice (receipted) or certified mail (return receipt required) sent to the employee's last known address at least fifteen (15) calendar days prior to the reporting date. The employee shall notify the Appointing Authority by certified mail (return receipt required) within five (5) calendar days of receipt of notification, of intent to return to work and shall report for work on the reporting date unless other arrangements are made. It shall be the employee's responsibility to keep the Appointing Authority informed of the employee's current address. The Appointing Authority may temporarily assign employee(s) to any vacancies or openings to fulfill operating requirements during the period while the recall process is taking place.
Recall. In the event that a recall of the goods is necessitated by a defect, a failure to conform to the specifications, applicable laws, or any other reason within the Seller's control, Seller shall bear all costs and expenses of such recall, including without limitation, costs of notifying customers, customer refunds, costs of returning goods, lost profits, and other expenses incurred to meet obligations to third parties.