Term Employee Sample Clauses

Term Employee. An employee appointed by the Employer to a term position to perform work which has been designated by the Employer as non-continuing in nature, for which a beginning and termination date is specified. The term shall be not less than four (4) months and not more than twelve (12) months, except that extensions may be granted by the Joint Committee for the Administration of the Agreement. Such positions shall be posted in accordance with Article 12 and shall be classified for salary administration purposes. Employees filling these positions shall be included in the bargaining unit from date of appointment. The following articles do not apply to these employees and will be noted in each article: Article 13 and 27 -- except as noted.
Term Employee. An employee hired to temporarily replace a Regular employee at fifty percent (50%) up to one hundred percent (100%) of a full-time equivalent workload for a minimum of three months, or an employee hired to fill a non-recurring position with a minimum of sixty percent (60%) workload up to one hundred percent (100%) of a full-time equivalent workload for a minimum of three consecutive months to a maximum of ten consecutive months. An employee hired on a term basis in the Licensed Practical Nursing Program meeting the above requirements may be hired to a maximum of fifteen (15) to eighteen (18) consecutive months, depending on program length. A term employee will have a specific term of employment with a start and end date.
Term Employee. An employee occupying a position limited in duration to more than six (6) months. Such employees accrue fringe benefits in the manner set forth in this Agreement. When the position ends, such employees shall be terminated without rights of appeal.
Term Employee. A term employee is a regular employee who is engaged for a specific project or for a limited period of normally not less than one (1) year nor more than three (3) years with a definite understanding that employment may terminate on or before completion of the project or at the end of the period. Term employees shall be treated the same as regular employees except that:
Term Employee. A term employee is a regular employee who is engaged for a specific project or for a limited period of normally not less than one (1) year nor more than three
Term Employee. An employee who is employed in a job classification outlined in Appendix B for more than twenty-four (24) hours per week, for a term which is greater than eight (8) months, not to exceed twenty-four (24) calendar months. A term employee may only be employed:
Term Employee. An employee whose employment is intended to last longer than six (6) months but no longer than thirty-six (36) months, accumulates net credited service, and is entitled to all benefits provided to regular full-time employees with the exception of the Income Security Plan (ISP) and Termination Pay Allowance. Term employees are hired with the understanding that they will remain in the same job title for the duration of their term of employment and are not eligible for the provisions outlined in Article 20 and Article 21.
Term Employee is an employee who works the basic weekly hours of work and who has been:
Term Employee. Term employees shall only be utilized for replacing employees on leave or for work of a specified time not exceeding eighteen (18) months. Terms may be extended by mutual agreement of the parties. Term employees may be employed on a full- or part-time basis. Term employees will only be used in the event that regular part-time employees are unavailable or not qualified for the term work.