Veteran’s Preference Sample Clauses

Veteran’s Preference. In the employment of labor (excluding executive, administrative, and supervisory positions), the contractor and all sub-tier contractors must give preference to covered veterans as defined within Title 00 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxxx 00000. Covered veterans include Vietnam-era veterans, Persian Gulf veterans, Afghanistan-Iraq war veterans, disabled veterans, and small business concerns (as defined by 15 U.S.C. 632) owned and controlled by disabled veterans. This preference only applies when there are covered veterans readily available and qualified to perform the work to which the employment relates.
Veteran’s Preference. As provided in 49 U.S.C. § 5325(k), to the extent practicable, the Recipient agrees and assures that each of its Subrecipients:
Veteran’s Preference. A A preference eligible is not hereunder deprived of whatever rights of appeal such employee may have under the Veterans' Preference Act; however, if the employee appeals under the Veterans' Preference Act, the employee will be deemed to have waived further access to the grievance arbitration procedure be- yond Step 3 under any of the following circumstances:
Veteran’s Preference. It shall include in all contracts for work on any project funded under this grant agreement which involve labor, such provisions as are necessary to insure that, in the employment of labor (except in executive, administrative, and supervisory positions), preference shall be given to Vietnam era veterans, Persian Gulf veterans, Afghanistan-Iraq war veterans, disabled veterans, and small business concerns owned and controlled by disabled veterans as defined in Section 47112 of Xxxxx 00, Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Code. However, this preference shall apply only where the individuals are available and qualified to perform the work to which the employment relates.
Veteran’s Preference. A preference eligible is not hereunder deprived of whatever rights of appeal are applicable under the Veterans’ Preference Act. If the employee appeals under the Veterans’ Preference Act, however, the time limits for appeal to arbitration and the normal contractual arbitration scheduling procedures are not to be delayed as a consequence of that appeal; if there is an MSPB appeal pending as of the date the arbitration is sched- uled by the parties, the grievant waives access to the griev- ance-arbitration procedure beyond Step B.
Veteran’s Preference. ORS 408.225 to 408.290 shall be applied as appropriate to all Articles covered by this Agreement.
Veteran’s Preference. Employees who have completed probation and who are veterans or the unmarried widows/widowers of veterans will have added to their seniority their total active military service (or that of their deceased spouse), not to exceed (5) years. For purposes of this article, the term “veteran” means any person who has one (1) or more years of active military service in any branch of the armed forces of the United States or who has less than one (1) years’ service and is discharged with a disability incurred in the line of duty or is discharged at the convenience of the government and who, upon termination of such service, has received an honorable discharge, a discharge for physical reasons with an honorable record, or a release from active military service with evidence of service other than that for which an undesirable, bad conduct, or dishonorable discharge is given.
Veteran’s Preference. In the employment of mechanics and apprentices, teamsters, chauffeurs, and laborers in the performance of Services in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, preference shall first be given to citizens of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who have been residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for at least six (6) months at the commencement of their employment and who are veterans as defined M.G.L. c.4, §7(34), and who are qualified to perform the work to which the employment relates and, within such preference, preference shall be given to service-disabled veterans; and secondly, to citizens of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts generally who have been residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for at least six (6) months at the commencement of their employment, and if they cannot be obtained in sufficient numbers, then to citizens of the United States.
Veteran’s Preference. ‌ If a teacher/former teacher pursues an appeal procedure under Minn. Stat. 197.46 (or other applicable VeteransPreference law), the teacher/former teacher shall be precluded from making an appeal under the grievance procedure.