Trial Period Sample Clauses

Trial Period. (a) In order for an adequate assessment of the employee’s capacity to be made, an employer may employ a person under the provisions of this clause for a trial period not exceeding 12 weeks, except that in some cases additional work adjustment time (not exceeding 4 weeks) may be needed.
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Trial Period. Other than certain benefits prescribed by law, the Employee will not be eligible for Benefits, Vacation Time, or Personal Leave until after the first days of employment (“Trial Period”). In addition, the Employee will not be eligible vacation time, sick leave, or any time off that would be paid or unpaid.
Trial Period. When a vacancy is filled by an existing employee, the employee shall be confirmed in the new position after a period of three (3) calendar months. In the event the applicant proves unsatisfactory in the position during the trial period, the Employer may extend the period for a further three (3) months. If the employee is unable to perform the duties of the new job or if the employee wishes to return to her former position, she shall be returned to her former position and wage/salary rates without loss of seniority. Any other employee promoted or transferred because of rearrangement of positions shall be returned to her former position and wage or salary rate without loss of seniority. The trial period for part-time employees will be equal to three (3) months of full-time; but in any event will not exceed six (6) calendar months.
Trial Period. Where a bargaining unit employee is promoted, he will be placed on trial for a thirty (30) working day period, and upon satisfactory completion of the trial period, he will be confirmed in the position by the Employer in writing. If an employee is unable to perform the duties of the new position he will be returned to his former position and rate of pay. Any other employees transferred or promoted as a result of the original job posting will also be returned to their former position and rate of pay.
Trial Period. 3.01 Employees who move to a new bargaining unit/employer may be required to serve a trial period in accordance with the Collective Agreement in the receiving facility. If unsuccessful in the trial period, the employee shall return to the Central Redeployment List and to the recall list of the sending employer.
Trial Period. (a) The Nurse shall be placed on a trial period for five hundred and twenty- eight (528) hours worked in the new position. If the Nurse proves unsatisfactory in the new position, or chooses to return to the Nurse’s former position, during the aforementioned trial period, the Nurse shall be returned to the Nurse’s former position and salary, without loss of Seniority, and any other Nurse promoted or transferred because of the re- arrangement of positions shall be returned to their former position and salary without loss of Seniority.
Trial Period. The successful applicant shall be placed on trial for a period not exceeding three (3) calendar months, conditional on satisfactory service, such trial promotion shall become permanent after the period of three (3) calendar months. In the event the successful applicant proves unsatisfactory in the position during the aforementioned trial period, or if the employee finds they are unable to perform the duties of the new job classification, they shall be returned to their former position without loss of seniority and wage or salary. Any other employee promoted or transferred because of the rearrangement of positions shall also be returned to their former position without loss of seniority and wage or salary.
Trial Period. Employees who have been appointed to a new class or transferred and required to serve a probationary period shall have a trial period of fifteen (15) calendar days for the purpose of evaluation. During this trial period, the employee may elect to return to the former position. An employee who returns to a former class under this section shall accrue seniority as if continually employed in the former class.
Trial Period. The successful applicant for a posted permanent position shall be placed on trial for a period of six (6) months. If both parties agree, the trial period may be reduced. Conditional on satisfactory service, such trial promotion shall become permanent after the period of six (6) months. In the event the successful applicant proves unsatisfactory in the position during the aforementioned trial period, or if the employee is unable to perform the duties of the new job classification, or if the employee wishes to return to his/her former classification, such employee shall be returned to the former position without loss of seniority and wage or salary. Any other employee promoted or transferred because of the rearrangement of positions shall also be returned to the former position without loss of seniority and wage or salary.
Trial Period. The parties agree that a trial period for extended tours will be six (6) months. During or before the end of the trial period, the schedule and the system will be evaluated separately by both nursing administration and the nurses. Extended tours will be continued if eighty percent (80%) of the nurses affected so indicate by secret ballot cast at the end of the trial period and upon agreement of the Hospital; such agreement shall not be withheld in an arbitrary or unreasonable manner.