SICKNESS OR INJURY. A leave of absence because of sickness or injury, not to exceed ninety (90) days, will be granted to an employee upon written request supported by medical evidence. Extensions will be granted up to ninety (90) days at a time for a cumulative total of one (1) year, if requested and granted in writing supported by proper medical evidence prior to each expiration. The above leave may be extended one (1) additional year by mutual agreement between the Union and the Employer.
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SICKNESS OR INJURY. 11.1 If unable to perform the Duties due to sickness or injury the Executive shall report this fact as soon as possible on the first working day of incapacity to an executive member of the Board, and provide, so far as practicable, an expected date of return to work.
SICKNESS OR INJURY. The Executive is entitled to be paid during any period of absence from work due to sickness or injury, subject however to the provisions of Clause 9.
SICKNESS OR INJURY. 15.1 If you are absent from work due to sickness, injury or accident you will notify a suitable member of staff of the Company as soon as possible.
SICKNESS OR INJURY. 17.1. The Executive agrees that at any time during the course of the Employment he shall at the request of the Company submit himself to a medical examination by a registered medical practitioner nominated by the Company. The purpose of such medical examination shall be to determine whether there are any matters which might impair the Executive's ability to perform his duties under this Agreement and accordingly the Executive shall give such authority as is required for the Company's nominated doctor to disclose to the Company the findings. All expenses associated with obtaining the report will be borne by the Company.
SICKNESS OR INJURY. The Executive shall be paid in full during any period of absence from work due to sickness or injury, not to exceed thirty (30) days in any twelve (12) month period, provided that the Executive must submit satisfactory evidence of the sickness or injury from a qualified medical practitioner with respect to any period of absence in excess of fourteen (14) days. The Executive’s Base Salary during any period of absence due to sickness or injury shall be inclusive of any sickness allowance or other amount to which the Executive is entitled to from the Company.
SICKNESS OR INJURY. Any employee shall be granted a sick leave not to exceed ninety (90) days upon written request supported by medical evi­ dence. Extensions of ninety (90) days at a time up to a total of one (1) calendar year shall be granted upon written request sup­ ported by medical evidence.
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SICKNESS OR INJURY. The signed statement of the unit member on the District Absence Report will, in most cases, suffice. The Superintendent may require that a claim for sick leave be supported by a written statement from the attending physician after five (5) days.
SICKNESS OR INJURY. On the first day of absence from work due to sickness or injury the Employee should contact the Minister stating the reason for his/her absence and, if possible, the expected date of return. If the Employee has not returned to work by the third working day, the Employee should write to the Minister confirming the reason for the Employee’s continuing absence and the Employee’s expected date of return. If on the seventh consecutive day of absence (including Saturdays and Sundays) the Employee is still unable to work the Employee should obtain a Doctor’s Certificate and send this to the Minister and further certificates should be provided thereafter so that the Employee’s whole period of absence is covered by such certificates. If the Employee finds that he/she is unable to return to work on any expected date he/she should contact the Minister. If the Employee is absent from work due to illness or injury, he/she should use reasonable endeavours (so far as he/she is able) to assist the Minister in finding a suitable substitute who can cover his/her work when he/she is away. On the Employee’s return to work after a period of sick leave, he/she should complete and sign a Self-Certificate Declaration (SCD) form (available from the Minister). The completed form should be returned to the Minister on the Employee’s first day back at work. The PCC’s sickness and absence records are based on these forms and the Employee’s completed form will constitute the Employee’s claim for pay during the period of absence. Any false or inaccurate statement made by the Employee on an SCD form could amount to serious misconduct. Subject to compliance with the foregoing, the PCC will pay the Employee Statutory Sick Pay (“SSP) in accordance with the current legislation. Any sickness benefit or other Social Security benefit (apart from SSP) received or receivable by the Employee during any period of absence through sickness or injury must be notified to the PCC and will be deducted from any payments to which the Employee is then entitled. The PCC may require the Employee at any time to undergo medical examination by a medical adviser appointed by the PCC and the Employee will authorise the medical adviser carrying out any such examination to disclose to the PCC the results of the examination. PENSIONS ACT 2008 The PCC will make pension contributions in respect of the Employee when required to do so by law and at the rates specified by law.
SICKNESS OR INJURY. 9.1 In the event that the Employee is absent from work due to sickness or injury, he will inform Xxxx Xxxxxxx as soon as possible and will provide regular updates as to his recovery, and as far as practicable will inform Xxxx Xxxxxxx of his expected date ofreturn to work.
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