Registered Nurses Sample Clauses

Registered Nurses. Requests for a different shift in the nurse's present unit should be submitted to the nurse's immediate supervisor in writing. Requests for transfer to another unit should be submitted on the University’s Employment Website. A good faith effort will be made to facilitate lateral transfers from one unit to another. The nurse's length of service shall be a consideration on transfer to a different shift or unit. Applications for promotions should be submitted on the University’s Employment Website during the period of official posting. Promotional openings will be posted for a minimum of seven calendar days in the unit, the Nursing and Outpatient Clinic Administrative Office and the Medical Centers Human Resources Office.
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Registered Nurses. (a) Any Registered Nurse who is required to be on duty on a day referred to in accordance with Clauses 58.1 to 58.4 above:
Registered Nurses. All regular full-time and part-time registered nurses (RN’s) after one year of service shall be reimbursed for the total cost of their license renewal. The facility administer may require documentation that the payment has been made to the Washington Department of Health, and that the license has been renewed.
Registered Nurses. This Memorandum of Agreement is by and between the American Red Cross (the “Employer”) and the following International and Local Unions (collectively the “Unions”): Service Employees International Union (SEIU) American Federation of Teachers (AFT)/Health Professionals & Allied Employees (HPAE) American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Oregon Nurses Association Local 3145, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees SEIU Healthcare Michigan
Registered Nurses a. Registered Nurses must be employed, contracted or otherwise engaged by you and are responsible for:
Registered Nurses. A.5.1 Registered nurselevel 1 (RN1)
Registered Nurses. 1. The following provisions of this Agreement shall be inapplicable to registered nurses: Articles 2, 3-C, 00-X, 00-X, 00-X, 00, 00- X, 00, 28, 29, 34, 35-A (except for the last sentence), 35-B, 35-C, 35-D, 38-B, 38-F,38-I, 40, 41, 43-A, 43-B, 43-D1, 44 and 47. Job security for registered nurses is in keeping with Civil Service Regulations. The following separate provision is made for registered nurses:
Registered Nurses. All employees who are regularly scheduled less than seventy-five (75) hours on a bi-weekly basis shall be entitled to vacation pay based upon the applicable percentage of their gross earnings provided in accordance with the vacation entitlement for employees who are scheduled seventy-five (75) hours on a bi- weekly basis on the following basis: 3 week entitlement – 6% 4 week entitlement – 8% 5 week entitlement – 10% 6 week entitlement – 12% 7 week entitlement – 14% Casual part-time employees will be paid vacation pay in accordance with the above entitlement on gross earnings. Equivalent years of service will be based on the casual part-time employee's seniority established under Article 9.01 and will be calculated on the basis that 1500 hours of part-time service shall equal one (1) year of full-time service and vice-versa. Registered Practical Nurses All RPNs who are regularly scheduled less than seventy-five (75) hours on a bi- weekly basis shall be entitled to vacation pay based upon the applicable percentage of their gross earnings provided in accordance with the vacation entitlement for employees who are scheduled seventy-five (75) hours on a bi- weekly basis on the following basis: 2 week entitlement - 4% 3 week entitlement - 6% 4 week entitlement - 8% 5 week entitlement - 10% 6 week entitlement - 12% 7 week entitlement - 14% Casual part-time RPNs will be paid vacation pay in accordance with the above entitlement on gross earnings. Equivalent years of service will be based on the casual part-time employee’s seniority established under Article 9.01 and will be calculated on the basis that 1800 hours of part-time service shall equal one (1) year of full-time service and vice-versa.
Registered Nurses. 5.1.2(a) Registered nurses level 1 (RN-1) Means an RN who: • According to the employee’s level of competence; and • Under the general guidance of, or with general access to a more competent RN who provides work related support and direction, is required to perform general nursing duties which include substantially, but are not confined to: • Delivering direct and comprehensive nursing care and individual case management to patients or clients within the practice setting. • Coordinating services, including those of other disciplines or agencies, to individual patients or clients within the practice setting. • Providing education, counselling and group work services orientated towards the promotion of health status improvement of patients and clients within the practice setting. • Providing support, direction and education to newer or less experienced staff, including EN’s, and student EN’s and Student Nurses. • Accepting accountability for the employee’s own standards of nursing care and service delivery. • Participating in action research and policy development within the practice setting. • Subject to higher duties 5.3.3, relieving Clinical nurses as described in 5.1.2(b).
Registered Nurses. Employment may be terminated by either the employee or the employer, giving four weeks’ notice (unless a lesser period of time is agreed upon by both parties), with full benefits being paid up to the date of termination.