Ties Sample Clauses

Ties. If two (2) or more employees have the same unbroken classified service date, ties will be broken in the following order:
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Ties. If two (2) or more employees have the same seniority, ties will be broken in the following order:
Ties. If two (2) or more employees have identical layoff seniority, the order of layoff shall be determined by the following:
Ties. Ties in seniority will be broken by the following criteria in the following order: length of continuous service in the current job classification; length of continuous service with the University; length of total accumulated time in state service; by lot.
Ties. After consideration of seniority within class, qualifications, and performance, any ties shall be broken by total seniority within the Sheriff’s Office.
Ties. Ties in State seniority shall be broken in the descending numeric order of the last four digits of the employee's social security number. The highest number will be 9999 and the lowest will be 0000. Any remaining ties will be broken by lot. Ties in Institutional seniority shall be broken in the order of State seniority. Where the relative ranking of seniority has been previously established by the time stamped on the employee Personnel Action by the Department of Administrative Services and then by comparison of the last four digits of the employee's social security number, such relative ranking shall not be changed.
Ties. At any WISCO BASS event, in case of a tie, each competitors big bass that was weighed resolves the tie. It is encouraged that every angler weighs his/her big bass in case of a tie. If no big bass was weight by each competitor a coin toss will determine tie breaker.
Ties. If two (2) or more employees have the same date, ties will be broken in the following order:
Ties. Every effort should be made to break ties following the guidelines under the scoring section of the event rules where applicable. In the rare event that a tie can’t be broken, award points according to the place tied and then skip the next place (e.g., all teams that tied for 3rd place get 3 points).
Ties. In the event more than one employee has the same length of service in a seniority classification, seniority ranking shall be determined by ranking those employees in order of the highest four digit numbers taken from the last four digits of each employee’s social security number.