Social Disadvantage Sample Clauses

Social Disadvantage. Socially disadvantaged individuals are those who have been subjected to racial or ethnic prejudice or cultural bias within American society because of their identities as members of groups and without regard to their individual qualities. Social disadvantage must stem from circumstances beyond their control. Evidence of individual social disadvantage must include the following elements: At least one objective distinguishing feature that has contributed to social disadvantage, such as race, ethnic origin, gender, disability, long-term residence in an environment isolated from the mainstream of American society, or other similar causes not common to individuals who are not socially disadvantaged;
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Social Disadvantage. The individual's social disadvantage must stem from his/her color, national origin, gender, physical handicap, long-term residence in an environment isolated from the mainstream of American society, or other similar cause beyond the individual's control.
Social Disadvantage. Characteristics beyond those articulated in the Manitoba Human Rights Code include, but are not limited to, the following:
Social Disadvantage. And any other protected characteristic listed in the Manitoba Human Rights Code.
Social Disadvantage. Examples of discrimination may include, but are not limited to: • Behaviour stating or implying actual or perceived abilities or inabilities based on any characteristic referred to above • Applying stereotypes or generalizations based on any characteristic referred to above • Unreasonable refusal to work with, or share facilities with a person or persons based on any characteristic referred to above 46:04 Harassment is a form of discrimination. It is any objectionable or inappropriate conduct, comment, display, action or gesture by a person and made on the basis of any of the characteristics referred to above. Examples of harassment may include, but are not limited to: • Unwelcome jokes, innuendos or teasing about a person’s body, appearance, race, sexual orientation, etc. • Racial or ethnic slurs; • Displaying or circulating pictures, cartoons, or other offensive material; • Unwanted or unnecessary physical contact including touching, patting or pinching; • Any form of hazing (a humiliating and degrading initiation rite); • Unwanted conduct, comments, gestures or invitations of a sexual nature which are likely to cause offence or humiliation or which might on reasonable grounds be perceived as placing a condition of a sexual nature on employment or on any opportunity for participation, training or advancement; • A reprisal or threat of reprisal for rejecting a sexual solicitation or advance; • Leering, ogling or other suggestive or obscene gestures; • Physical or sexual assault. Personal harassment or what is sometimes referred to as “bullying” is offensive behaviour that is not connected to any human rights-based characteristic. It is any conduct, comment, display, action or gesture that adversely affects a person’s psychological or physical well-being and: • As a result of the behaviour being repeated, could reasonably cause the person to be intimidated or humiliated; or • If only a single incidence, could reasonably have a lasting, harmful effect on the person. Examples of bullying may include, but are not limited to: • Personal ridicule (put-downs, teasing) or malicious gossip; • Repeated or continuous incidents of inappropriate yelling, screaming or name-calling; • Malicious or uncalled-for interference with another person’s work or role; • Interfering with or vandalizing/damaging a person’s personal property; • Physical or verbal abuse/violence, threats or intimidation; • Insulting or derogatory comments, jokes or gestures; • Repeated, unjustified t...
Social Disadvantage 

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  • Duty Disability (1) For Calendar Year 2018, 2019, and 2020 Depending on the individual's single/family enrollment status, the cost of coverage for individuals receiving a duty disability retirement allowance shall be as provided in subsection 3.a.(1) of this Article, above.

  • Long Term Disability (LTD 4.7.1 The school board shall cooperate in the administration of the LTD Plan. It is understood that administration means that the school board will co-operate with the enrolment and deduction of premiums and provide available necessary data to the insurer, upon request. The school board will remit premiums collected to the carrier on behalf of the teachers.

  • Long Term Disability The Employer agrees to provide Long Term Disability benefits for active full-time employees after fifty-two (52) weeks if an Employee is unable to perform any occupation (reasonably suited by means of training, education or experience). The Plan will provide for sixty-six and two thirds percent (66 2/3%) of an Employee's basic monthly earnings to a maximum of $1,500.00. Coverage would cease the date an Employee attains normal retirement age.

  • Long-Term Disability (Employee Paid Plans)

  • Permanent Disability Permanent Disability" shall mean Employee's physical or mental incapacity to perform his or her usual duties with such condition likely to remain continuously and permanently as determined by Employer.

  • Definition of Total Disability Total disability means that the employee is unable, because of sickness or accident, to perform the duties of their regular occupation. This definition applies for the first twenty-four (24) months of payments. After this time, the inability to perform an occupation for which the employee is reasonably fitted by training, education or experience will constitute total disability. It is not required that an employee be confined to home, but they must be under the regular care of a physician.

  • Total Disability (a) Total disability, as used in this Plan, means the complete inability because of an accident or sickness of a covered employee to perform all the duties of his/her own occupation for the first two (2) years of disability. Thereafter, employees able by reason of education, training or experience to perform the duties of a gainful occupation for which the rate of pay is not less than seventy-five percent (75%) of the current rate of pay of their regular occupation at date of disability will not be considered totally disabled and will therefore not be eligible for benefits under this Long Term Disability Plan.

  • Industrial Disability Leave A. For periods of disability commencing on or after January 1, 1993, subject to Government Code Section 19875, eligible employees shall receive IDL payments equivalent to full net pay for the first 22 work days after the date of the reported injury.

  • Disability Retirement If, as a result of your incapacity due to physical or mental illness, You shall have been absent from the full-time performance of your duties with the Company for 6 consecutive months, and within 30 days after written notice of termination is given You shall not have returned to the full-time performance of your duties, your employment may be terminated for "Disability." Termination of your employment by the Company or You due to your "Retirement" shall mean termination in accordance with the Company's retirement policy, including early retirement, generally applicable to its salaried employees or in accordance with any retirement arrangement established with your consent with respect to You.

  • Short Term Disability The Employer agrees to provide Short Term Disability benefits to all active full-time employees from the first (1st) day of an accident or the first (1st) full-time day of hospitalized or the fourth (4th) day of sickness. The Plan will pay sixty-six and two thirds percent (66 2/3%) of basic earnings for the first two (2) weeks, then Unemployment Insurance will pay fifteen (15) weeks, then the Plan will resume payments for thirty-five (35 weeks).

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