Ties. If two (2) or more employees have the same unbroken classified service date, ties will be broken in the following order:
Ties. Ties in State seniority shall be broken in the descending numeric order of the last four (4) digits of the employee’s social security number. However, the posted seniority list will display the last four (4) digits of State of Ohio User ID 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 and accepted by any means such relative ranking shall not be changed. However, where additional ties are created by personnel actions, e.g., transfers, bumpings, reassignments, recall, etc., the employee list will be regenerated using the last four (4) digits of all tied employees’ social security numbers. The additional employees will be inserted into the list pursuant to their last four (4) digits of the social security numbers in descending numeric order. The list will then be maintained utilizing the State of Ohio User ID number.
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.
Ties. The tie-breaking process, as described, will continue to be applied to successive levels of the seniority list until all staff are correctly placed on the list. This should be completed annually prior to January 31. Once correctly located on the Master Seniority List, a person’s relative seniority should not change while a Union member, except as described in the Collective Agreement. Tie-Breaking of Seniority Years of Experience will be applied for Hastings and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx District School Board Staff using the following criteria:
Ties. If two (2) or more employees have the same unbroken classified service date, ties will be broken in the following order: Longest continuous time within their current job classification. For positions impacted by the implementation of the IT Professional Structure on July 1, 2019, total continuous time spent in previously abolished IT Classification will be counted if the position number was the same on June 30, 2019 and July 1, 2019. Longest continuous time with the institution; and By lot.