SEA Sample Clauses

SEA. An employee in a maintenance, vehicle service, or custodial classification shall be provided rain gear and suitable safety rubber boots. The employee is required to wear safety toe footwear at work that meets American National Standards Institute, Z41, I-75, C-75 and OSHA standards. METRO shall provide an employee in the Vehicle Service Detailer classification clean coveralls through a linen service.
SEA. An employee serving in a position that is eliminated through layoff shall have the right to bump into any previously served in classification series for which he/she meets the current employment standards, provided that he/she has greater seniority in METRO service than the employee being bumped. Such bumping rights shall apply to classifications with salary ranges equal to or lower than the classification from which the employee is being laid off.
SEA. A. Workers in the Facilities Maintenance Department may be required to be placed in On Call Duty status if there are not sufficient volunteers. On Call Duty assignments shall be rotated by seniority. An employee may substitute another eligible employee for his/her On Call Duty assignment with three (3) days notice to the Department Manager.
SEA. “SEA” means state educational agency and includes each state’s education Superintendent.
SEA. Scheduled overtime shall be distributed and rotated by seniority as equally as is practicable among qualified volunteer employees in the bargaining unit chapter within each classification within each facility within each department. Scheduled overtime shall be defined as extra work planned at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance by METRO.
SEA. Seniority for the purpose of layoff within a classification shall be defined in Section 17.1 as seniority in METRO service.
SEA. Where goods are carried on any sea going vessel the carriage is subject to terms and conditions of such shipowner’s bill of lading in use at the time of shipment and in no circumstances will we be liable for loss or damage howsoever occasioned whilst the goods are in the care, custody or control of such shipowner.
SEA. A. An employee‟s appointment date to his or her current class shall determine the employee‟s seniority for shift bidding. Two or more persons who begin work within the same classification on the same day shall have their shift-bidding seniority determined by the drawing of lots by Union representatives.
SEA. A full-time employee who works one-half (%) or more of his/her shift and a part-time employee who works two (2) hours or more between the hours of 6:00pm and 6:00am shall be paid a $0.90 differential effective June 20, 2013, and a $1.00 differential effective June 19, 2014 in addition to his/her base rate of pay for all work performed on such shift.
SEA. For more information, please contact the following Court‐appointed neutral third‐party Settlement Administrator: Pyramid Class Action Administrator c/o Simpluris 0000 Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx 000 Xxxxx Xxxx, Xxxxxxxxxx 00000 (800) Toll free telephone number: ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐‐ PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE THE COURT OR PYRAMID’S COUNSEL FOR INFORMATION