Salary Upon Demotion Sample Clauses

Salary Upon Demotion. When an employee is demoted due to voluntary or involuntary demotion, or layoff without cause, to a classification with a maximum salary range which is at least five percent (5%) lower than the maximum salary range of the former classification, the new salary shall be the same step in the lower range as was received in the higher range. An exception may be made for a medical accommodation.
Salary Upon Demotion. When an employee is demoted into a classification with a lower salary range or lower grade level, the salary rate paid to the employee in the classification into which he/she has demoted shall be equal to the salary step within the salary range which is closest to, but which does not exceed, the previous salary rate paid to the employee in the classification from which he/she demoted.
Salary Upon Demotion. Whenever an employee takes a demotion to a position in a lower rated title than the one he/she currently holds, the employee's new salary rate shall be calculated as follows:
Salary Upon Demotion. An Employee who voluntarily demotes to a lower paid position will be placed at the top step of the lower paid classification.
Salary Upon Demotion. If an employee demotes, other than voluntary demotion, through no fault of the employee, the employee shall be “Y-rated” at the employee’s current salary and remain at that salary until the salary falls within the range for the employee’s demoted class. If an employee voluntarily demotes, the employee shall be placed at the highest step of the range that represents a reduction in pay. If an employee is demoted for failure to complete expected tasks following a promotion, the employee shall return to the step of the range the employee held prior to promotion, but may be granted any merit step increases that would have occurred had the employee not accepted a promotion. If an employee is demoted for causes as a result of a disciplinary action, the employee shall be placed at the step of the range stated in the order of discipline.
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Related to Salary Upon Demotion

  • Salary on Demotion Whenever an employee demotes to a job classification in a lower range that has a salary rate the same as the previous salary step, the employee’s salary shall be maintained at that step in the lower range. Whenever an employee demotes to a job classification in a salary range which does not have corresponding salary steps with the employee’s previous salary but is within the new salary range, the employee’s salary shall be maintained at the current rate until the next eligibility date. At the employee’s next eligibility date, if qualified, the employee shall be granted a salary rate increase of one (1) full step within the new salary range plus that amount that their current salary rate is below the next higher rate in the salary range. This increase shall not exceed the highest rate in the new salary range. Whenever employees demote to a job classification in a lower range, but their previous salary is above the highest step for that range, the employee shall be paid at the highest step in the new salary range. This Section shall not apply to demotions resulting from official disciplinary actions.

  • Vacation Credits Upon Death Earned but unused vacation entitlement shall be made payable, upon termination due to death, to the employee's dependent, or where there is no dependent, to the employee's estate.

  • Salary Rate on Demotion ‌ When an employee is demoted the employee shall receive the rate for the position if a single salary. If a salary range is established, the maximum reduction shall be the closest step to 8%, but where the differential between the employee's salary before demotion and the maximum salary of the lower position is greater than 8%, the new salary shall be the maximum of the new position.

  • Release upon Death (1) If a Securityholder dies, the Securityholder’s escrow securities will be released from escrow. The Escrow Agent will deliver any share certificates or other evidence of the escrow securities in the possession of the Escrow Agent to the Securityholder’s legal representative.

  • Vacation Pay Upon Termination When an employee in the bargaining unit is terminated for any reason, he/she shall be entitled to all vacation pay earned and accumulated up to and including the effective date of the termination.

  • Payment Upon Death When an employee dies, any and all accrued, unused vacation leave to his/her credit shall be paid to the surviving spouse. In the event that the employee has no surviving spouse, said unused vacation leave shall be paid to the employee's estate. Such payment shall be paid at the employee's hourly rate of pay at time of death in a lump sum (less applicable withholding), less any amounts owed by the employee to the City.

  • Salary Rate Upon Employment The hiring rate of pay for a new employee shall not be higher than the rate of pay for an existing employee in the same classification with similar work experience, training and education.

  • Payments Upon Termination of Employment (a) If Executive's employment with the Company is terminated by reason of: