Retrenchment Sample Clauses

Retrenchment. At any time during an individual’s service, the individual may be subject to retrenchment in accordance with the provisions of Article 22 of the Agreement. In such cases, the notice provisions and all other terms of that article shall apply, anything above to the contrary notwithstanding.
Retrenchment. §35.1 Retrenchment shall be defined as the termination of the employment of any academic or professional employee during any appointment, other than a temporary appointment which may be terminated at any time, as a result of financial exigency, reallocation of resources, reor- ganization of degree or curriculum offerings or requirements, reorganization of academic or administrative structures, programs or functions or curtailment of one or more programs or functions University-wide or at such level of organization of the University as a College, depart- ment, unit, program or such other level of organization of the University as the Chancellor, or designee, deems appropriate.
Retrenchment. 1. Retrenchment is the elimination of position(s) held by bargaining unit member(s). The reasons retrenchment may occur include, but are not limited to, budget reductions, financial constraints, program changes or curtailment, position consolidation, organizational changes including outsourcing or contracting out, regulatory changes, or non-renewals or losses of grants, legislative appropriations, or other sources of external funding. Whenever retrenchment is implemented, the College agrees to bargain over the impact of retrenchment on the workload and/or responsibilities of remaining employees and compensation adjustments that may be appropriate due to an increase in workload or responsibilities.
Retrenchment. 15. A bargaining unit member is subject to retrenchment by the College because of a bona fide financial exigency. A bona fide financial exigency is defined as an imminent financial crisis that threatens the College as a whole and that cannot be alleviated by less drastic means.
Retrenchment. 14.1 Retrenchment occurs when a reduction in members' salary costs is necessary for financial reasons.
Retrenchment. Any unit member who is retrenched at the age of sixty-five (65) or older shall be accorded the same rights under this Article as an employee who is sixty-four (64) years old.
Retrenchment. The magnitude of the layoff shall be commensurate with the condition necessitating such layoff (OAR 580-021-0315 et seq.).
Retrenchment. Section 1. Retrenchment is defined as the release of members of the bargaining unit resulting from the reduction in the number of bargaining unit members within a designated academic unit including a department or program within an academic unit or department (for these purposes the regional campuses shall be designated as one academic unit) under the procedures and conditions as hereinafter set forth. A member of the bargaining unit released as a result of retrenchment shall retain certain rights under this Agreement, as hereinafter defined, which rights shall distinguish such released person from members of the bargaining unit who are terminated for any other reason.
Retrenchment. For purposes of this Article, retrenchment is a reduction in bargaining unit personnel or a reduction in a faculty member’s workload made necessary by a lack of financial resources, low enrollment, or as a result of organizational or technological changes. If retrenchment is necessary, then reduction of personnel or reduction in a faculty member’s workload shall be applied as hereinafter set forth.