Section 8.8.1 Sample Clauses

Section 8.8.1. 22 Employees desirous of consideration pursuant to Sections 8.6.2 shall notify the Superintendent in 23 writing within the period specified in Section 8.8. The immediate supervisor shall be provided a 24 copy of the written request by the employee.
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Section 8.8.1. 35 The senior employee within the general job classification for which there is a posted vacancy, 36 who applies for an available position within the same job classification with the School 37 District, shall be granted an interview, unless he/she has been interviewed for a similar position 38 within the last twelve (12) months. 39 40 Section 8.9. 41 Employees who change job classifications within the bargaining unit shall retain their seniority dates in 42 the previous classification for a period of one (1) year, notwithstanding that they have acquired a new 43 seniority date and a new classification. 44 45 Section 8.10. Job Posting. 46 All vacancies or new positions covered by this agreement shall be publicized for a minimum five (5) 47 days before filling the opening so that interested employees may be reasonably informed of the
Section 8.8.1. 20 Employees who report late for work or leave early due to conditions spelled out in Section 8.8. 21 will be required to make up the time on a straight-time basis as mutually agreed by the
Section 8.8.1. 39 Employees who report late for work or leave early due to conditions spelled out in Section 8.8. 40 will be required to make up the time on a straight-time basis as mutually agreed by the 41 supervisor and employee. Employees not making up the time will take a salary deduction equal 42 to the amount of time they have missed.
Section 8.8.1. 27 Employees who report late for work or leave early due to conditions spelled out in Section 8.8. 28 will be required to make up the time on a straight-time basis as mutually agreed by the supervisor 29 and employee. Employees not making up the time will take a salary deduction equal to the 30 amount of time they have missed. 33 Employees will be notified in advance of meetings called by administration. Employees will be paid for 34 such meeting time that occurs during their shift or beyond their regular working hours at the regular rate, 35 when they are required to attend such meetings.
Section 8.8.1. If a leave of absence is requested due to an industrial accident or industrial illness, it shall be 11 granted for a period of up to two (2) years. An employee may be granted a leave of absence for other reasons 12 for a period not to exceed one (1) year upon recommendation of the immediate supervisor through 13 administrative channels to the Superintendent and upon approval of the Board of Directors; provided, 14 however, if such leave is granted due to an extended illness or injury, one (1) additional year may be granted.
Section 8.8.1. 33 Summer school paraeducator positions shall be posted as soon as possible after the District 34 determines what positions are needed.
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Section 8.8.1. A principal placed on ULA shall be reinstated to a vacant bargaining unit position that is in the same or lower salary schedule lane as the principal was in as of the time of his/her placement on ULA, subject to Section 8.4, above.
Section 8.8.1. 40 The employee will retain accrued sick leave, vacation, and seniority rights except as provided 41 herein, while on a leave of absence. A person granted leave as described in this Section will, 42 upon return, be assigned the same or an equivalent position. However, vacation credits and 43 sick leave will not accrue while the employee is on leave of absence. While on a leave of 44 absence, seniority will be maintained for up to two (2) years from the date of the beginning of 45 the leave of absence. Placement on Schedule A upon return will be based on years of service. 1 Employees hired to fill positions of employees on leave of absence will be informed of this 2 provision by the District. In the event that a regular employee moves up to take the leave 3 without pay position, the existing position thus vacated, will remain available to the regular 4 employee to reclaim at the return of the leave of absence employee. 6 Cost of insurance premiums will be paid by the employee in accordance with the payment 7 schedule in effect in the District unless insurance costs are paid by the District in accordance 8 with state or federal law.

Related to Section 8.8.1

  • Section 7.4 43 In the event an employee is assigned to a shift less than the normal work shift previously 44 defined in this Article, the employee shall be given a fifteen (15) minute rest period for each 45 consecutive/continuous four (4) hours of work. Employees assigned six (6) or more hours shall 46 be given two (2) 15-minute rest periods and an unpaid lunch period.

  • Section 12.3 5 The District shall make required contributions for State Industrial Insurance on behalf of all employees 6 subject to this Agreement.

  • Section 7.5 16 Employees required to work through their regular lunch periods will be given time to eat at a time 17 agreed upon by the employee and supervisor. In the event the District requires an employee to forego 18 a lunch period and the employee works the entire shift, including the lunch period, the employee shall 19 be compensated for the foregone lunch period at one and one-half (1½) the regular rate.

  • Section 4.3 11 The Association reserves and retains the right to delegate any right or duty contained herein to appropriate 12 officials of the Public School Employees of Washington State Organization.

  • Section 11.2 Governing Law..................................................14 SECTION 113. Legal Holidays.................................................14

  • 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 7.2 25 Each employee shall be assigned to a definite and regular shift and workweek, which shall not be 26 changed without prior notice to the employee of two (2) calendar weeks, except in emergencies.

  • Section 5.3 40 It is further recognized that this Agreement does not alter the responsibility of either party to meet with 41 the other party to advise, discuss or consult regarding matters concerning working conditions not 42 covered by this Agreement. 43

  • Section 14.3 24 The parties recognize that an employee should have the option of declining to participate as a member in 25 the Association, yet contribute financially to the activities of the Association in representing such 26 employee as a member of the collective bargaining unit. Therefore, as an alternative to, and in lieu of the 27 membership requirements of the previous sections of this Article, an employee who declines membership 28 in the Association may pay to the Association each month a service charge as a contribution towards the 29 administration of this Agreement in an amount not to exceed the regular monthly dues. This service 30 charge shall be collected by the Association in the same manner as monthly dues.

  • Section 18.3 34 This Agreement may be reopened and modified at any time during its term upon mutual consent of the 35 parties in writing; provided, however, that this Agreement shall be reopened as necessary to consider 36 the impact of any legislation enacted following execution of this Agreement which directly affects the 37 terms and conditions herein or create authority to alter personnel practices in public employment.

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