Unpaid Leave of Absence Sample Clauses

Unpaid Leave of Absence. If an employee is on an unpaid leave of absence, then vacation leave, compensatory time, or sick leave cannot be used for the purpose of maintaining eligibility for an Employer Contribution by keeping the employee on a State payroll for one (1) working day per pay period.
Unpaid Leave of Absence. Any employee who has five (5) or more years of continuous service shall continue to have paid benefits as provided by 19.8. while on an authorized leave of absence without pay due to a non-job related illness or injury for a period not to exceed six months. The employee shall be informed that he/she may purchase the same coverage at group rates for up to 39 weeks at the end of the six-month period if circumstances warrant. The spouse and dependents of a deceased employee shall be entitled to an additional month of medical coverage at State expense.
Unpaid Leave of Absence. An employee shall be eligible for an unpaid illness leave of absence upon completion of six (6) months' continuous service. An employee shall be eligible for another type of unpaid leave of absence upon completion of his/her initial probationary period or justified extension thereof. An unpaid leave of absence may be granted at the discretion of the appointing authority or his/her designee, and will be in writing and shall not be arbitrarily or unreasonably withheld. Any dispute concerning the failure to grant a leave shall be entered at Step 3 of the Grievance Procedure. Employees who obtain leave under false pretenses, or use their leave for purposes other than specified at the time of approval, will be terminated. Time spent on a leave of absence other than an unpaid sick leave shall not be credited toward seniority or longevity. Time spent on unpaid sick leave shall be credited toward seniority but not longevity. Any application must be in writing and specifically state reasons for such application and the length of time requested. Should the reason be for unpaid sick leave, such request must be substantiated with a physician's statement and the cost of such statement will be paid by the employee. Upon return to work after completion of a period of a leave of absence, the employee shall be returned to the organizational unit and position held immediately prior to the beginning of the leave of absence.
Unpaid Leave of Absence. An Employee may apply by April 30th to the Director of Education for an unpaid leave of absence for personal reasons or for extended parental leave up to one year for each leave. (Applications received after this date may also be considered.) An Employee may request additional leaves not to exceed two (2) years in total. Written acceptance or denial of the request shall be sent to the Employee with a copy to the President of the Bargaining Unit. During the leave the Employee may maintain benefits as outlined in Article 24 at no cost to the Board. The Employee shall suffer no loss of seniority or any other rights and privileges under this Agreement. The Employee shall return to the position held prior to the leave for a period of two (2) years and to the same or equivalent position thereafter, subject to Articles 14 and 18.
Unpaid Leave of Absence. At the sole discretion of the School District, an employee of this bargaining unit may be granted a leave of absence without pay for purposes not otherwise addressed under this Article. Requests for such leaves shall be submitted in advance of the leave to the Superintendent. The leave request shall include the proposed commencement and termination dates of the leave. An employee returning from a leave of absence under this section for less than ninety (90) days shall be returned to his or her previous position. An employee returning from a leave of absence after more than ninety (90) days shall be returned to his or her previous position or to another comparable position for which he or she is qualified.
Unpaid Leave of Absence. 23.01 An employee who has completed three (3) years’ permanent employment with the Board may be granted an unpaid leave of one (1) full school year. Application of the Unpaid Leave shall be done through the Executive Officer of Human Resources or designate. Such leave may be applied for and granted for a second full school year in accordance with the timelines set out below. Extension beyond the two (2) years of unpaid leave will not be granted. Requests for, including the reason for requesting the leave, should be submitted, in writing, to the Manager of Human Resources prior to April 1st, in the year prior to the school year in which the leave will begin. Requests received after this date due to extenuating circumstances will be considered on an individual basis. Upon being granted the leave, the employee will sign a statement indicating acceptance of terms and conditions of the leave. An employee granted an unpaid leave shall be given the opportunity to continue participation in the benefit plans held prior to the leave, provided the employee pays the monthly costs of the premium for the leave period, as arranged between the employee and the Board. Upon return from the leave, the employee shall be placed in the position/work location held prior to the commencement of the leave if it is still available, or if it is not, shall be placed in a suitable assignment. Seniority shall not be interrupted. In the year of a leave of absence the employee shall notify the Board by April 1st, in writing, confirming the employee’s intention to return the following year.
Unpaid Leave of Absence. Any full-time employee who has five (5) or more years of continuous service shall continue to have paid benefits as provided by
Unpaid Leave of Absence. 2. A) In order to be eligible to receive the leave of absence referred to in paragraph 1 A) the employee must complete and submit an application, with acceptable documentation certifying the pregnancy, and specifying the estimated date of delivery. The Company agrees that every effort will be made to expedite the granting of the leave of absence and in any case, the implementation of such a leave of absence will not be delayed for more than five days following the date of application for the leave of absence, unless a longer period is agreed to by the employee.
Unpaid Leave of Absence. Requests by employees for unpaid leave of absence shall be made in writing to the department supervisor and may be granted at the Employer's discretion. The employee shall give at least fourteen (14) days’ notice to minimize disruption of staff. The Employer shall make every reasonable effort to comply with such requests. Notice of the Employer's decision shall be given in writing as soon as possible. Any employee granted unpaid leave of absence totaling up to twenty (20) working days in any year shall continue to accumulate seniority and all benefits and shall return to his/her former job. If an unpaid leave of absence or an accumulation of unpaid leaves of absence exceeds twenty (20) working days in any year, the employee shall not accumulate benefits from the twenty-first (21st) day of the unpaid leave to the last day of the unpaid leave but shall accumulate benefits and receive credit for previously earned benefits upon expiration of the unpaid leave.