Split Vacations Sample Clauses

Split Vacations. 14.01.03.01 Employees shall be able to split their vacation equally by the number of weeks to which they are entitled, up to a maximum of six (6) blocks if they participate in the General Holiday program as per Article 14.09 and the Vacation Purchase Program as per Article 14.10.
Split Vacations. Where an employee wishes to split her vacation, her second choice of vacation time shall be made only after all other employees concerned have made their initial selection.
Split Vacations. Vacations may be taken on a split vacation basis. Vacation time may be taken on a single day basis, provided there is sufficient staffing on duty and if a vacation time off slot is available. Single day vacation requests will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Split Vacations. The employee may split vacation time as noted in Article 10, Section A, Item 2 above. An employee may request by seniority any time that has not been requested. A request for forty-eight consecutive hours of vacation will have priority over a request for a twenty-four or a twelve hour vacation. A request for twenty-four consecutive hours of vacation will have priority over a request for a twelve hour vacation.
Split Vacations. An employee may split his vacation weeks or take all weeks consecutively, except as otherwise provided in Section 14.9, or may take less than one week as authorized in Section 14.15. When less than one week is taken, vacation leave approval will depend upon production requirements, but seniority and length of vacation will be the determining factor for preference in accordance with Section 14.15.
Split Vacations. 14.01.04.01 An employee may elect to take vacation in blocks of 1 week. The date of the second and subsequent blocks will be allocated in the same way as the first, only after all the original seniority process of allocating vacation periods and dates has taken place.
Split Vacations. Where an employee wishes to split their vacation, their second choice of vacation time shall be made only after all other employees concerned have made their initial selection.