Trial Service Period Sample Clauses

Trial Service Period. 1. Except for those employees in an in-training appointment, all other employees with permanent status who are promoted, or who voluntarily accept a transfer or demotion into a job classification for which they have not previously attained permanent status, will serve a trial service period of six (6) consecutive months. The Employer may extend the initial trial service period for an individual employee or for all employees in a class as long as the extension does not cause the total trial service period to exceed twelve (12)
Trial Service Period. An employee who has satisfactorily completed his/her probationary period and who is subsequently appointed to a position in another classification shall serve a twelve (12) month trial service period, in accordance with Section 10.1.3.
Trial Service Period. A. An employee with permanent status who accepts a position in a job classification for which they have not previously attained permanent status will serve a six (6) month trial service period.
Trial Service Period. Regular Subsequent Appointment - A twelve (12) month trial period of employment of a regular employee beginning with the effective date of a subsequent, regular appointment from one classification to a different classification; through promotion or transfer to a classification in which the employee has not successfully completed a probationary or trial service period; or rehire from a Reinstatement Recall List to a department other than that from which the employee was laid off.
Trial Service Period. An employee who has satisfactorily completed their probationary period and who is subsequently appointed to a position in another classification will serve a twelve- (12) month trial service period in accordance with Section 10.1.3. The trial service period will provide the Employer with the opportunity to observe the employee's work and to train and aid the employee in adjustment to the position, and to revert such an employee whose work performance fails to meet required standards.
Trial Service Period. Every employee promoted, transferred, or recalled to a new position in the bargaining unit shall serve a trial service period of six (6) months in that position, unless the employee is removed prior to or at the end of that period. During the first forty-five (45) calendar days of the trial service period, the employee shall have the right to return to his or her former position. During the remainder of the trial service period, if the employee is removed from the new position, the removal will be, when reasonable, into a position equal in pay, and a comparable position to the one the employee previously held, and is qualified for, prior to the promotion or transfer. The removal and transfer shall be at the discretion of the County. The employee shall be returned to their previously held payroll anniversary date and corresponding pay grade/step.
Trial Service Period. Employees with permanent status who are promoted, who voluntary accept a transfer or demotion into a job classification for which they have not previously attained permanent status will serve a trial service period of six (6) months. This period is to allow the Employer the opportunity to observe and assess the employee’s work and to train and aid the employee in adjusting to the position in order to determine if the employee will be granted permanent status in the position.
Trial Service Period. Employees with permanent status who are promoted, who voluntary accept a transfer or demotion into a job classification for which they have not previously attained permanent status will serve a trial service period of six (6) months. This period is to allow the Employer the opportunity to observe and assess the employee’s work and to train and aid the employee in adjusting to the position in order to determine if the employee will be granted permanent status in the position. If an employee is absent for a cumulative total of more than fifteen (15) days during the trial service period, the Employer will extend the employee’s trial service period on a day-for-day basis for the total accumulated number of days on which the employee was absent. Upon mutual agreement between the Employer and PSE, an employee’s trial service period may be extended by up to six (6) months. Prior to a reversion, the Employer will provide written notice that an employee who has not successfully completed their trial service period shall be offered an opportunity to revert to a bargaining unit position that is:
Trial Service Period. A. Employees with permanent status who are promoted into a job classification for which they have not previously attained permanent status, will serve a trial service period of six (6) consecutive months. The Employer may extend the trial service period for an individual employee as long as the extension does not cause the total period to exceed twelve (12) months. Employees will be provided with a written explanation for the extension. Extension of probation period shall not be a normal practice.
Trial Service Period. 1. Except for those employees in an in-training appointment and Campus Police Officers, all other employees with permanent status who are promoted, who voluntarily accept a transfer or demotion into a job classification for which they have not previously attained permanent status, or who move to a different position within their current classification that requires different skills and abilities, will serve a trial service period of six