Section 8.6.1 Sample Clauses

Section 8.6.1. 20 Annual vacation with pay shall accrue to employees based on their original date of hire at the rate 21 of one (1) workday for each month of continuous service if their employment is continuous for six 22 (6) months or longer.
Section 8.6.1. 19 The District will provide a sub, if qualified and available, to cover a twelve (12) month 20 employee’s vacation time. 24 A R T I C L E I X 26 LEAVES
Section 8.6.1. 36 Employees who resign or retire before their annual accrual date shall be credited with vacation 37 benefits prorated on hours worked since their last accrual date. 38 39 Section 8.7. 40 Eligibility for use of vacation credit for twelve (12) month employees shall be determined as follows:
Section 8.6.1. 40 No involuntary transfers shall be made if there is a qualified willing applicant available to fill 41 said position. The District will inform all employees within the bargaining unit in writing of 42 the need for transfer and provide a description of the position to be filled. Thereafter, 43 employees shall have five (5) days to give notice of a desire to be voluntarily transferred. If 44 there is more than one volunteer, the most senior, qualified employee will be transferred. The 45 District may fill the position temporarily in the interim period.
Section 8.6.1. 25 No involuntary transfers shall be made if there is a qualified willing applicant available to fill 26 said position. The District will inform all employees within the building of the need for 27 transfer and provide a description of the position to be filled. An employee absent from a staff 28 meeting at which notice of the need for transfer is made shall be deemed to have notice.
Section 8.6.1. 15 The District will provide a sub, if qualified and available, to cover a twelve (12) month 16 employee’s vacation time. 17 20 ARTICLE IX 21 22 LEAVES

Related to Section 8.6.1

  • SECTION 115 Counterparts...................................................17

  • Section 4.3 20 The Association reserves and retains the right to delegate any right or duty contained herein to 21 appropriate officials of the Public School Employees of Washington/SEIU Local 1948 State 22 Organization.

  • SECTION 114 No Recourse Against Others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

  • Section 5.1 24 It is agreed and understood that matters appropriate for negotiation between the District and the 25 Association are matters relating to or affecting wages, hours, grievance procedures and general working 26 conditions of employees in the bargaining unit subject to this Agreement.

  • SECTION 112 Governing Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 SECTION 113. Legal Holidays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ARTICLE TWO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

  • Section 11.3 40 Except in extraordinary cases, and as otherwise provided in this Article, the District will give 41 employees two (2) weeks notice of intention to discharge or layoff.

  • Section 6.2 13 The Association representatives may represent the Association and employees in meeting with officials 14 of the District to discuss appropriate matters of mutual interest. They may receive and investigate to 15 conclusion complaints or grievances of employees on District time and thereafter advise employees of 16 rights and procedures outlined in this Agreement and applicable regulations or directives for resolving 17 the grievances or complaints. They may not, however, continue to advise the employee on courses of 18 action after the employee has indicated a desire not to pursue a grievance. This does not, however, 19 preclude the Association's right to pursue the matter to conclusion. They may consult with the District 20 on complaints without a grievance being made by an individual employee.

  • Section 11.1 28 The District shall have the right to discipline or discharge an employee for justifiable cause. The issue 29 of justifiable cause shall be resolved in accordance with the grievance procedure hereinafter provided.

  • Section 7.3 34 Each employee will be assigned to a regular shift with designated times of beginning and ending. The 35 first shift is defined as any work shift beginning between 5:00 A.M. and 11:29 A.M. The second shift 36 is defined as any work shift beginning between 11:30 A.M. and 9:59 P.M. The third shift is defined as 37 any work shift beginning between 10:00 P.M. and 4:59 A.M. This section (7.3.) does not include 38 Paraeducators and Child Nutrition personnel.

  • SECTION 812 Control by Holders of Securities..............................44 SECTION 813. Waiver of Past Defaults.......................................44