SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS Sample Clauses

SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. 11.01 Seniority of employees shall be recognized within their respective trade and job classifications. New employees shall be placed on the seniority list upon the completion of their probationary period and their respective seniority shall be dated back to the date of their most recent hiring.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. 11.01 Seniority of employees shall be considered as their length of employment from date of (re)hire and shall be recognized on a company-wide basis. New employees shall be placed on the seniority list upon the completion of a total of three (3) months of employment in a two (2) year period and their respective seniority shall be dated back to the date of their most recent hiring.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. 12.01 New employees shall be placed on the seniority list at the end of their probationary period and their respective seniority shall be dated back to the date of beginning employment.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. 11.01 Seniority is defined as length of service with the Employer. Seniority of employees shall be recognized within their respective trade and job classifications. New employees shall be placed on the seniority list at the end of a three (3) month trial period and their respective seniority shall be dated back to the date of beginning of employment.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. A. An employee's seniority shall commence on the date s/he is first hired by the Town and shall be based on continuous service with the Town.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. 12.01 Seniority is the ranking of employees in accordance with their length of service beginning with the date of their last hiring.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. 14.01 Seniority is bargaining unit wide and is based upon the length of service since the last date of hire, specifically accumulated by regular hours paid. For the purpose of calculation, 1950 hours paid equals one year’s seniority. Seniority shall be relied upon for issues such as a lay-off, vacation selection, job postings, and recall. Hours paid shall include all hours worked and paid for, all hours not worked and paid for by the Employer, WSIB (or substitute), and all time off on Pregnancy/Parental leave.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFFS. 12.01 Seniority is defined as the length of service of an employee within the bargaining unit from the last date of hire calculated by hours worked.