Return to the Bargaining Unit. 9.05 a) An employee, who takes a non-management job within the Company, but outside the bargaining unit, may return to their unit within eighteen (18) months of their assignment. For the purpose of this Article all time frames shall be considered cumulative during the term of the agreement. SENIORITY (cont’d)
Return to the Bargaining Unit. A. Return after Employment Outside the Bargaining Unit Lieutenants who have satisfactorily completed their promotional probationary period and who accept employment outside the bargaining unit may, provided their prior performance as a Lieutenant was satisfactory as determined by the Chief, return to a Lieutenant vacancy, if they have had satisfactory performance in their new job and under the following circumstances:
Return to the Bargaining Unit. 1118 When a CRNA returns to the bargaining unit within one (1) year from another position held with the Employer, which is not covered by this Agreement, the CRNA shall retain their previous Regional Seniority for purposes of wage placement, benefit accrual, job bidding, transfer or layoff based on the amount of time the CRNA had previously spent in the bargaining unit. If the CRNA returns to a covered position at their last facility, the CRNA will retain their previous Facility Seniority. This will allow employees the opportunity to accept administrative or other internal positions and return to the bargaining unit without losing their previously held Facility Seniority. 1119 When a CRNA returns to the bargaining unit after one (1) year from another position held with the Employer, which is not covered by this Agreement, the CRNA shall retain their previous Regional Seniority for purposes of benefit accrual and wage placement only based on the amount of time the CRNA had previously spent in the bargaining unit. 1120 If a CRNA terminates employment and is subsequently rehired into the bargaining unit within six (6) months that CRNA shall retain all previously accrued Service Credit for wages and benefits only.
Return to the Bargaining Unit. 9.05 The employee who takes a non-management job within the Company, but outside the bargaining unit, may return to his unit within eighteen (18) months of his assignment. An employee who takes a management position may do so for a period not exceeding seven (7) months per calendar year. During this period the employee shall continue to pay dues and accumulate seniority within the bargaining unit. For the purpose of this article all time frames shall be considered cumulative during the term of the collective agreement.
Return to the Bargaining Unit. Employees promoted to a position within the Company outside the bargaining unit shall forfeit bargaining unit seniority.
Return to the Bargaining Unit a) Within one (1) year of their appointment to a non-bargaining unit position, a previous member of the bargaining unit shall have the right to return to their former position. After one (1) year from their appointment to a non-bargaining unit position, a previous member of the bargaining unit shall only have the right to return into an entry level position if a position is available.
Return to the Bargaining Unit. Should a salaried employee be returned to the bargaining unit the employee will be entitled to the seniority that the employee previously acquired in the unit and will bump the lowest seniority employee in the employee's former department. If that department no longer exists or the employee's seniority does not entitle the employee to displace the junior employee in the department the employee shall, seniority permitting, displace the junior employee in the plant. The opportunity for a salaried employee to return to the bargaining unit is limited to three (3) months after such employees transfer from the bargaining unit. After this three month period the salaried employee may only return to the bargaining unit as a new hire with no seniority. normal shift hours will be paid at the applicable overtime rate. Nothing herein shall be construed as entitling the employee to receive overtime pay twice in respect of the same overtime work. Time and a half shall be paid for all work performed on a Saturday. Double time shall be paid for all hours of work performed on Sunday This overtime provision will not apply for any 3rd shift commencing Overtime It is recognized that the Company's operations are of such a nature which at times require overtime work. Overtime will be obligatory up to eight hours a week. Any overtime over eight (8) hours per week will be voluntary unless mutually agreed upon between the Union and the Company. When overtime is necessary the Company will give the employees twenty four (24) hours notice (by end of previous shift) except where prevented from doing so because of circumstances beyond the control of the Company. In such cases the Company will make every effort to notify employees prior to noon of the day con- cerned. In any event, the Company will advise the Plant Chairperson before the employees are notified. Pay employee called or permitted to come to work for the Company for whom no work is available shall be paid for four (4) hours time at the hourly rate that would have been received if the employee had actually worked. This provision shall not apply when such lack of work is due to a fire, flood or other just cause.