Seniority Rights. An employee who returns to employment at the time of or prior to the expiration of military leave shall be given such status in employment as would have been enjoyed if employment had been continuous from the time of entrance into the Armed Forces.
Seniority Rights. The School District recognizes that the purpose of seniority is to provide a declared policy as to the order of lay off and recall of employees, vacation selections, shift assignments, and building assignments. Employees with the least continuous service in the bargaining unit shall be laid off first within the area of reduction. For example, if there is a reduction in maintenance, the employee within maintenance that has the least amount of seniority in the bargaining unit will be laid off first. If any opening subsequently occurs, the laid- off employee with the most continuous service and with qualifications for the positions shall be the first recalled. The obligation to recall an employee who has been laid off shall expire at the end of one (1) year from the date of lay off. If a former employee elects not to return to work when recalled, or fails to respond to the letter of recall within ten (10) days of the date of recall, that former employee shall have no claim to be recalled to work for the District. Laid off employees shall have the following rights and responsibilities:
Seniority Rights. A. When there are multiple incumbents assigned to the same position group as a position to be eliminated, the layoff will be applied to the least senior employee(s) in the position group, after voluntary layoffs, if any, are applied. Appendix C to this Agreement identifies position groups for purposes of this Article. If new positions are added to the bargaining unit, the College will determine the placement of the new positions in a position group. If a position title is changed per Section
Seniority Rights. Maternity leaves of more than thirteen (13) pay periods; leaves of absence of more than two (2) pay periods and suspensions shall not be counted as time spent in a salary step in computing eligibility of the employee for further salary increases. All time spent on industrial leave shall be counted.
Seniority Rights. When employees in a particular working group, as defined by the Health Centre, desire the same or overlapping vacation periods which, because of staffing requirements by the Health Centre, are not permitted, then the seniority of the employees directly affected shall govern in the assignment of vacation. A claim of precedence due to seniority shall be exercised only once in each fiscal year.