Time in Service Sample Clauses

Time in Service. Except as provided below, time in service shall be calculated from the employee's first date of a successfully completed recruit school, but becomes applicable after successful completion of the probationary period. Employees in the 89½ Recruit School shall have their time in service seniority computed from May 3, 1976. Employees in the 97th Recruit School shall have their time in service seniority computed from January 17, 1982. Employees in the 111th Recruit School shall have their time in service seniority computed from January 15, 1995.
Time in Service.  Eight years of continuous service as a sworn, regular, full-time police officer with the City of Dallas Police Department; or  Eight years of previously approved law enforcement service as a sworn, regular, full-time police officer, with the most recent three years as a sworn, regular, full-time police officer with the City of Dallas Police Department. o For the purposes of this article, credit for the first five years of approved law enforcement service is defined as previous employment with an organization or agency recognized by the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) as law enforcement service; or o Credit for years of service at the rate of one year for every two years of continuous service as an Oregon certified corrections officer; or o Credit for years of service as an honorably discharged member of active US military service, at the rate of one year for every four years of service; or o Credit for years of service as an honorably discharged member of active US military service at the rate of one year for every one year of service where the member served as active duty military police.
Time in Service. The Company will recognize Associate's time in service as January 2, 2002 as it relates to all benefits, stock option vesting rights and other such benefits where time in service is a determinative factor.
Time in Service.  Eight years of continuous service as a sworn, regular, full-time police officer with the City of Dallas Police Department; or  Ten years of previously approved law enforcement service as a sworn, regular, full-time police officer, with the most recent seven years as a sworn, regular, full-time police officer with the City of Dallas Police Department. For the purposes of this article, previously approved law enforcement service is defined as previous employment with an organization or agency recognized by the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) as law enforcement service.

Related to Time in Service

  • In-Service A leave of absence with pay, not charged against the employee's sick leave, may be granted for in-service activities, attending conferences, conventions, workshops, and seminars, when such attendance is approved by the Board.

  • Trade in Services 1. The Parties shall aim at achieving gradual liberalisation and the opening of their markets for trade in services in accordance with the provisions of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (hereinafter referred to as “the GATS”), taking into account ongoing work under the auspices of the WTO.

  • – ORIENTATION AND IN SERVICE 20.01 An orientation and in service program will be provided to all employees. These programs shall be reviewed and discussed from time to time by members of the Union-Management Committee.

  • Changes in Service This Agreement is made in good faith based upon the present and projected conditions and the quality of the equipment and/or Property, as well as its present ownership and management. Should changes in any of these elements occur which the Judicial Council believes may adversely affect the Program, the Judicial Council reserves the right to renegotiate this Agreement or terminate pursuant to the termination for cause provision, as set forth herein, without penalty or prejudice.

  • Orientation and In-Service Program The Hospital recognizes the need for a Hospital Orientation Program of such duration as it may deem appropriate taking into consideration the needs of the Hospital and the nurses involved.

  • Early and Safe Return to Work K-1 The Hospital and the Union are committed to a consistent, fair approach to meeting the needs of disabled workers, to restoring them to work which is meaningful for them and valuable to the Hospital, and to meeting the parties’ responsibilities under the law. To that end, the Hospital and the Union agree to cooperate in facilitating the return to work of disabled employees. The Hospital and the Union agree that ongoing and timely communication by all participants is essential to the success of the process. For the purposes of expediting communication the Hospital and the Union agree that participants will use electronic communication where available.

  • Breaks in Service An employee’s seniority record shall be broken by voluntary resignation, discharge, reduction in force, or retirement. Should an employee laid off return to work within one year, the seniority will pick up from the date of return. Seniority rights will be forfeited if a continuous period of layoff exceeds one year. Should an employee leave his/her assignment in this bargaining unit for another position with the district, the seniority will be frozen. Should an employee return to this bargaining unit, seniority shall continue from the seniority level previously attained.

  • Benefit Level Two Health Care Network Determination Issues regarding the health care networks for the 2017 insurance year shall be negotiated in accordance with the following procedures:

  • Graduated Return to Work Where an Employee is not receiving benefits from another source and is working less than his/her regular working hours in the course of a graduated return-to-work as the Employee recovers from an illness or injury, the Employee may use any unused sick/short term disability allocation remaining, if any, for the portion of the day where the Employee is unable to work due to illness or injury. A partial sick/short term leave day will be deducted for an absence of a partial day in the same proportion as the duration of the absence is to an employee’s regular hours. Where an employee returns on a graduated return to work from a WSIB/LTD claim, and is working less than his/her regular hours, WSIB and LTD will be used to top up the employee’s wages, as approved and if applicable. Where an employee returns on a graduated return to work from an illness which commenced in the previous fiscal year, • and is not receiving benefits from another source; • and is working less than his/her regular hours of work; • and has sick leave days and/or short-term disability days remaining from the previous year The employee can access those remaining days to top up their wages proportional to the hours not worked. Where an employee returns on a graduated return to work from an illness which commenced in the previous fiscal year, • and is not receiving benefits from another source, • and is working less than his/her regular hours of work, • and has no sick leave days and/ or short-term disability days remaining from the previous year, the employee will receive 11 days of sick leave paid at 100% of the new reduced working hours. When the employee’s hours of work increase during the graduated return to work, the employee’s sick leave will be adjusted in accordance with the new schedule. In accordance with paragraph c), the Employee will also be allocated one hundred and twenty (120) short-term disability days payable at ninety percent (90%) of regular salary proportional to the hours scheduled to work under the graduated return to work. The new pro-rated sick/short-term leave allocation may not be used to top-up from part-time to full-time hours.

  • PERIOD OF SERVICE The Consultant shall complete the Services on or before December 31, 2019 (the “Deadline”), unless the Authority agrees to extend the Deadline for good reason; provided, however, that the Authority may terminate this Contract at any time in accordance with Section 14. Time is of the essence in performance of this Contract. There will be no obligation established between Authority and the Consultant for performance of the Services until Authority provides the Consultant execution of this Contract and receipt by the Authority of appropriate Certificates of Insurance and other documentation as may be required herein. The term of this Contract (“Term”) shall begin on the Effective Date and shall end on the first to occur of the following: (1) the Deadline, as the same may have been extended by the Authority, (2) the date on which, in the opinion of Authority, all of the Services have been rendered, (3) the date on which this Contract is terminated by the Authority pursuant to Section 14, or (4) the date on which this Contract is terminated by the Consultant pursuant to Section 14.