Seniority Roster On February 1st of each calendar year, the Employer shall furnish the Union with seniority rosters showing the names of employees assigned to year-round jobs. The Employer shall also post these rosters in places accessible to employees. These rosters will be subject to correction at any time by either the Employer, employee or Union Representative, who shall substantiate the employee’s correct seniority date, provided that, if said corrections are not brought to the attention of the Employer, in writing within sixty (60) calendar days of February 1st, then the Employer will not be required to make any retroactive wage or staffing adjustments resulting from any correction to an employee’s seniority date.
Seniority Rosters No later than November 30 of each year, the Appointing Authority shall prepare the roster, shall post it on all official bulletin boards, and shall provide one (1) copy to the Association Executive Director and one (1) copy to the designated Association Representative in the seniority unit. Such rosters shall be based on transactions occurring up to and through the pay period closest to October 31 of each year. The rosters shall list each supervisor and manager with supervisory seniority in the order of Classification Seniority and reflect each supervisor's date of Classification Seniority, date of State Seniority, and the date of Classification Seniority and class title for all classes in which the supervisor previously served. The rosters shall also identify the type of appointment if other than full-time unlimited. When two (2) or more supervisors have the same Classification Seniority dates, seniority positions shall be determined by total State Seniority. Should a tie still exist, seniority positions shall be determined by lot.
SENIORITY, LAYOFF AND RECALL 30 Section 1 Seniority Defined 30 Section 2 Termination Of Seniority Rights 31 Section 3 Layoff 32 Section 4 Permanent Layoff 32 Section 5 Layoff Lists 34 Section 6 Recall 35 Section 7 Removal from Layoff List 35 Section 8 Work Out of Class and Mobility 36 ARTICLE 16 EXPENSE ALLOWANCES 37
SENIORITY As of the Closing Date, no Indebtedness or other claim against the Company is senior to the Note in right of payment, whether with respect to interest or upon liquidation or dissolution, or otherwise, other than indebtedness secured by purchase money security interests (which is senior only as to underlying assets covered thereby) and capital lease obligations (which is senior only as to the property covered thereby).
Seniority Unit Layoff List The names of employees who have been laid off or have accepted a demotion or another employment condition in lieu of layoff, or been demoted as a result of a reallocation, shall be automatically placed on a Seniority Unit Layoff List for the seniority unit, class (or class option), geographic location and employment condition from which they were demoted, laid off or reallocated downward, in the order of their Classification Seniority (State Seniority for Units 4 and 6). Employees may also indicate on a written or electronic document provided by the Appointing Authority, other employment conditions and geographic locations for which they are available. Employees who were not able to bump, transfer, or demote to a previously held class(es) in lieu of layoff shall be placed on the Seniority Unit Layoff List for the previously held bargaining unit class(es) for which they have indicated availability. Employees shall indicate on a written or electronic document provided by the Appointing Authority, the class(es), geographic location(s) and employment condition(s) for which they are available. Employees may change their availability by notifying Minnesota Management & Budget in writing. Names shall be retained on the Seniority Unit Layoff List for a minimum of one (1) year or for a period of time equal to the employee's State Seniority, to a maximum of four (4) years.
Seniority Retention Laid off employees shall retain their seniority accumulated up to the time of layoff as follows:
Super Seniority Those Union Stewards entitled to super seniority under the terms of this Agreement shall head the seniority list and shall be the last to be laid off in the organizational unit.
Seniority Accrual All paid leaves shall be treated as continuous employment for the purposes of seniority accrual. Unpaid leaves shall be treated as continuous employment for the purposes of seniority accrual for the duration of the leave, except for movement up the salary increment scale.
SENIORITY AND LAYOFF (a) For purposes of layoff and recall, all employees covered by this Agreement shall be placed on building seniority lists based upon their date of employment in the building or with the Employer, whichever is greater. The seniority date for all positions under the Agreement shall be the date the employee commenced working in the building for the agent and/or owner regardless of whether there is a collective bargaining agreement and regardless of the type of work performed by the employee. In the event of layoff due to reduction in force, the inverse order of departmental or job classification seniority shall be followed, except as provided in Termination Pay, Section 23, with due consideration for efficiency and special needs of a department. In the event that an employee is assigned to another job classification and there is a reduction in force in that department or job classification, the employee shall have the right to exercise his total building seniority to return to his former department or job classification. Nothing contained in this section shall be construed in such a manner as to permit an employee to bump a less senior employee working for another Employer in the same building. Seniority of an employee shall be based upon total length of service with the Employer or in the building, whichever is greater.
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.