SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY Sample Clauses

SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. (Articles 12.01 to 12.11 apply to full-time nurses only)
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SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. (Applicable to Full-Time Employees Only)
SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. .01 The Hospital will assume total responsibility for providing and funding a short- term sick leave plan at least equivalent to that described in the 1992 Hospitals of Ontario Disability Plan (HOODIP) brochure.
SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. The short-term sick plan will provide payment for the number of hours of absence according to the scheduled shift up to a fifteen (15) week total of 562.5 hours. All other provisions of the existing plan shall be maintained.
SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. Part-time nurses returning to work from an illness or injury compensable under Workers' Compensation will be assigned light work as necessary, if available. A nurse who transfers from full-time to part-time may elect to retain her accumulated sick leave credits to be during part-time or subsequent full-time employment as provided under the sick leave plan in which she participates as of October ARTICLE HOURS OF WORK The following provision designating regular hours on a daily tour and regular daily tours over the nursing schedule determined by the Hospital shall not be construed to be a guarantee of the hours of work to be performed on each tour or during each tour schedule. Subject to Article below: The normal daily tour shall be seven and one-half consecutive hours in any twenty-four hour period exclusive of an unpaid one-half hour meal period, it being understood that at the change of tour there will normally be additional time for reporting which shall be to be part of the normal daily tour, for a period of up to fifteen minutes duration, Should the reporting time extend beyond fifteen minutes, however, the entire period shall be considered overtime for the purposes of payment under Article Nurses shall be entitled, subject to the exigencies of patient care, to relief periods during the tour on the basis of fifteen minutes for tour. The. meal periods relief determined by local negotiations. Where a nurse has been or be to lunch break to of patient care, such one half her rate for in excess of daily hours. Where nurses an a the set out Article of work daily tour accordingly. total The normal daily extended tour shall hours in any PI-hour period, of forty-five of unpaid The of by Nurses shall be subject to patient care, to relief periods during total of forty-five r by local of The introduction o be and relief NOTE: Hospitals that have extended tours that are different than the above, shall conditions. ARTICLE If a part-time nurse is to the hours referred to Article receive of f I times her regular hourly rate. nurse (which includes casual in of seventy-five hours in a two receive time and time for all in seventy-five the overtime premium shall for a of fifteen minutes of the engaged in reporting functions at of daily tour. 4ł • minutes or shall paid the total period excess of the tour. Overtime premium will not fur hours worked under Article (a) nor there any pyramiding with to any under the provisions of herein will the to of normal tour Hospital agree...
SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. NOTE: Articles 15.01 – 15.09 apply to full-time employees only.
SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. The Employer will assume total responsibility for providing and funding a short-term sick leave plan at least equivalent to that described in the 1980 Hospitals of Ontario Disability Income Plan brochure. The Employer will pay 75% of the billed premium towards coverage of eligible employees under the long-term disability portion of the Plan (HOODIP or an equivalent plan). The nurse will pay the balance of the billed premium through payroll deduction.
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SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. NOTE: Articles 15.01 – 15.10 apply to full-time employees only. (Articles 15.01 to 15.06 are related to Sick Leave and Long-term Disability will be incorporated in all collective agreements:)
SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. 14.01 (applies to full time only) Income protection is payable when a full-time employee is absent from work due to legitimate personal illness or injury which is not compensable under the Workplace Safety Insurance Act. It is understood that payment of income protection is for the sole and only purpose of protecting employees against the loss of income during time of such illness. Seniority and service will accrue and the Employer shall continue to pay its share of the premium for the benefit plans during the period of the income protection noted in this provision.
SICK LEAVE AND LONG-TERM DISABILITY. 16.01 The Hospital will assume total responsibility for providing and funding a short- term sick leave plan for full-time employees. The plan will be at least equivalent to that described in the 1980 Hospitals of Ontario Disability Income Plan brochure. The Hospital will pay 75% of the billed premium towards coverage of eligible employees under the long-term disability portion of the Plan (HOODIP or an equivalent plan). The employee will pay the balance of the billed premium through payroll deduction. For the purpose of transfer to the short-term portion of the disability program, employees on the payroll as of the effective date of the transfer with three (3) months or more of service shall be deemed to have three
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