Sickness Sample Clauses

Sickness. 9.1 The Executive shall comply with the Company’s sick pay rules from time to time in force.
Sickness. Any employee off duty on account of illness or injury may be required to produce a doctor’s certificate indicating date(s) of all clinical assessments, current medical restrictions and fitness to resume (or not resume) to regular or alternate duties. For non- occupational injury or illness of 15 consecutive work days or more or when returning to work with medical restrictions after a non- occupational injury or illness of any length of time, the employee must submit written authorization from their physician to the Health Services Section prior to the return to work date providing the above information. The employee may be required to visit the Health Services Section for a Return To Work health assessment. To be eligible for SBA benefits, an employee will not be required to provide a medical note for the first five days of absence in each calendar year for sickness or injury. From April 14, 2005 until December 31, 2005, all bargaining unit members will not be required to provide a medical note for the first three days of absence for sickness or injury within that period. The Commission will delete SBA By-law no. 4 which states “[f]or the third and subsequent incidents of illness in a calendar year, the first day will be deducted”. Employees required to report to the Health Services Section for a periodic health assessment will have any loss of pay made up. Should a dispute arise between the employees’ physician and the Health Services Section as to fitness to resume (or not) their regular or other work, the employees shall be referred to an independent medical consultant mutually agreed upon by the Union and the Commission for an independent medical examination (IME), and the consultant’s opinion of the employee’s physical or mental condition shall be considered in the decision finally made as to fitness to resume the employee’s regular or other work. In lodging an appeal from Health Services’ original decision, the employee shall guarantee the payment of the consultant’s fee. Should the original decision of Health Services be revised, the Commission shall pay the consultant’s fee. Should Health Services’ original decision be sustained, the consultant’s fee shall be paid by the employee. In all disputes respecting fitness for work (or not) on medical grounds, the independent medical assessment must be utilized before proceeding to arbitration. The letter of referral to the independent medical consultant shall be signed by a representative of Management an...
Sickness. 14.1 If you have accepted an offer of work but are subsequently unable to work the hours agreed, you must notify the University of the reason for your absence as set out in your Assignment Offer Email.
Sickness. Subject to compliance with the Company’s Attendance Management Policy and the Sick Leave guidance as published on the Company’s intranet site, you will be eligible to receive sick pay in line with Company policy in operation at that time inclusive of any Statutory Sick Pay payable to you.
Sickness. 11.1 If the Executive is absent because of sickness (including mental disorder) or injury he shall report this fact forthwith to the Human Resources Department and if the Executive is so prevented for seven or more consecutive days he shall provide a medical practitioner's statement on the eighth day and weekly thereafter so that the whole period of absence is certified by such statements. Immediately following his return to work after a period of absence the Executive shall complete a Self-Certification form available from the Human Resources Department detailing the reason for his absence.
Sickness. 9.1 Subject to his complying with the Company's procedures relating to the notification and certification of periods of absence from work the Executive shall continue to be paid his salary during any periods of absence from work due to sickness, injury or other incapacity up to a maximum of twenty six (26) weeks in aggregate in any period of fifty two (52) consecutive weeks.
Sickness. Subject to production, if requested, of medical certificates satisfactory to the Company, if the Executive is absent from work due to sickness or accident, remuneration will not cease to be payable by reason only of such incapacity for work for a period of four consecutive months or ninety working days in any calendar year. Thereafter any remuneration shall be paid at the Company's sole discretion. Such remuneration shall include any sums the Company is obliged to pay to the Executive pursuant to the Social Security Contributions and Benefits Act 1992 (Statutory Sick Pay). The Company may reduce remuneration during incapacity by an amount equal to the benefit (excluding any lump sum benefit) which the Executive would be entitled to claim during such incapacity under the then current Social Security Acts (whether or not such benefit is claimed by him), In the event that the Executive becomes permanently incapacitated, the Company's Permanent Health Insurance provisions will apply as set out in Schedule (B), paragraph B of this Agreement.