WORK-RELATED INJURIES Sample Clauses

WORK-RELATED INJURIES. Section 1. a. An employee who sustains a work-related injury, during the period of this Agreement, as the result of which the employee is disabled, if so determined by a decision issued under the operation of the Workers’ Compensation Program, shall be entitled to use accumulated sick, annual, or personal leave or injury leave without pay. While using accumulated leave, the employee will be paid a supplement to workers’ compensation of full pay reduced by an amount that yields a net pay, including workers’ compensation and social security disability benefits, that is equal to the employee's net pay immediately prior to the injury. Net pay prior to injury is defined as gross base pay minus federal, state, and local withholding, unemployment compensation tax and social security and retirement contributions. One full day of accumulated leave (7.5 or 8 hours as appropriate) will be charged for each day the supplement is paid. Accumulated leave and injury leave without pay may be used for an aggregate of nine (9) months (274 calendar days) or for the duration of the disability, whichever is the lesser, except that, if only accumulated leave is used, it may be used beyond nine (9) months (274 calendar days) until exhausted or until the disability ceases, whichever occurs sooner. In no case, however, will the aggregate of nine (9) months (274 calendar days) extend beyond three years from the date the injury occurred. If no leave is available under this Section, the provisions of Section 10 may apply. For temporary employees, accumulated leave and injury leave without pay shall be available for an aggregate of up to nine (9) months (274 calendar days), for the duration of the disability or for the scheduled duration of the temporary employment, whichever is the least. In no case, however, will the aggregate of nine (9) months (274 calendar days) extend beyond three years from the date the injury occurred. The employee election to use or not use accumulated leave under this Section cannot be changed more than once.
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WORK-RELATED INJURIES. Section 1. An employee who sustains a work-related injury, during the period of this Agreement, as the result of which the employee is disabled, if so determined by a decision issued under the operation of the Workers’ Compensation Program, shall be entitled to use accumulated sick, annual, or personal leave or injury leave without pay. While using accumulated leave, the employee will be paid a supplement to workers’ compensation of full pay reduced by an amount that yields a net pay, including workers’ compensation and social security disability benefits, that is equal to the employee's net pay immediately prior to the injury. Net pay prior to injury is defined as gross base pay minus federal, state, and local withholding, unemployment compensation tax and social security and retirement contributions. One full day of accumulated leave (7.5 or 8 hours as appropriate) will be charged for each day the supplement is paid. Accumulated leave and injury leave without pay may be used for an aggregate of 12 months or for the duration of the disability, whichever is the lesser, except that, if only accumulated leave is used, it may be used beyond 12 months until exhausted or until the disability ceases, whichever occurs sooner. In no case, however, will the aggregate of 12 months extend beyond three years from the date the injury occurred. If no leave is available under this Section, the provisions of Section 12 may apply. For temporary employees, accumulated leave and injury leave without pay shall be available for an aggregate of up to 12 months, for the duration of the disability or for the scheduled duration of the temporary employment, whichever is the least. In no case, however, will the aggregate of 12 months extend beyond three years from the date the injury occurred. The employee election to use or not use accumulated leave under this Section cannot be changed more than once.
WORK-RELATED INJURIES. Section 1. An employee who sustains a work-related injury, during the period of this Agreement, as the result of which the employee is disabled, if so determined by a decision issued under the operation of the Workers' Compensation Program, shall be entitled to use accumulated sick, annual or personal leave or injury leave without pay. While using accumulated leave, the employee will be paid a supplement to workers' compensation of full pay reduced by an amount that yields a net pay, including workers' compensation and social security disability benefits, that is equal to the employee's net pay immediately prior to the injury. Net pay prior to injury is defined as gross base pay minus federal, state, and local withholding, unemployment compensation tax, social security and retirement contributions. One full day of accumulated leave (8 hours) will be charged for each day the supplement is paid. Accumulated leave and injury leave without pay may be used for an aggregate of 12 months or for the duration of the disability, whichever is the lesser, except that, if only accumulated leave is used, it may be used beyond twelve (12) months until exhausted or until the disability ceases, whichever occurs sooner. In no case, however, will the aggregate of 12 months extend beyond three years from the date the injury occurred. If no leave is available under this Section, the provisions of Section 11 may apply. The employee election to use or not use accumulated leave under this Section cannot be changed more than once.
WORK-RELATED INJURIES. Section 1. An employee who sustains a work related injury during the period of this Memorandum, as the result of which the employee is disabled, if so determined by a decision under the operation of the Workers' Compensation Program, shall be entitled to use accumulated sick, annual, or personal leave or injury leave without pay. While using accumulated leave, the employee will be paid a supplement to workers' compensation of full pay reduced by an amount that yields a net pay, including workers' compensation and social security disability benefits, that is equal to the employee’s net pay immediately prior to the injury. Net pay prior to injury is defined as gross base pay minus federal, state, and local withholding, unemployment compensation tax, and social security and retirement contributions. One full day of accumulated leave (seven and one half [7 ½] or eight [8] hours as appropriate) will be charged for each day the supplement is paid. Accumulated leave and injury leave without pay may be used for an aggregate of twelve (12) months or for the duration of the disability, whichever is the lesser, except that, if only accumulated leave is used, it may be used beyond twelve (12) months until exhausted or until the disability ceases, whichever occurs sooner. In no case, however, will the aggregate of twelve (12) months extend beyond three (3) years from the date the injury occurred. If no leave is available under this Section, the provisions of Section 13 may apply. For temporary employees, accumulated leave and injury leave without pay shall be available for up to an aggregate of twelve (12) months, for the duration of the disability or for the scheduled duration of the temporary employment, whichever is the least. In no case, however, will the aggregate of twelve (12) months extend beyond three (3) years from the date the injury occurred. The employee election to use or not use accumulated leave under this Section cannot be changed more than once.
WORK-RELATED INJURIES. A. A FACULTY MEMBER who sustains a work-related injury during the period of this Agreement, as the result of which the employee is disabled, if so determined by a decision issued under the operation of the Workers' Compensation Insurance program, shall be entitled to work- related disability leave. Work-related disability leave is a leave of absence for which the FACULTY MEMBER will be paid full pay reduced by an amount that yields a net pay, including Workers' Compensation and Social Security Disability Benefits, that is equal to the FACULTY MEMBER'S net pay immediately prior to the injury. Net pay prior to injury is defined as gross base pay minus federal, state, and local withholding and Social Security and retirement contributions. Work-related disability leave shall be payable for an aggregate of twelve (12) months or for the duration of the disability, whichever is the lesser. In no case, however, will the aggregate of twelve (12) months extend beyond three (3) calendar years from the date the injury occurred.
WORK-RELATED INJURIES. Section 1. a. An employee who sustains a work-related injury, during the period of this Agreement as the result of which the employee is disabled, if so determined by a decision issued under the operation of the Workers' Compensation Program, shall be entitled to use accumulated sick, annual leave or injury leave without pay. While using accumulated leave, the employee will be paid a supplement to workers' compensation of full pay reduced by an amount that yields a net pay, including workers' compensation and social security disability benefits, that is equal to the employee's net pay immediately prior to the injury. Net pay prior to injury is defined as gross base pay minus federal, state, and local withholding, unemployment compensation tax, social security and retirement contributions. One full day of accumulated leave (7.5 or 8 hours as appropriate) will be charged for each day the supplement is paid. Accumulated leave and injury leave without pay may be used for an aggregate of nine (9) months (274 calendar days) or for the duration of the disability, whichever is the lesser, except that, if only accumulated leave is used, it may be used beyond nine (9) months (274 calendar days) until exhausted or until the disability ceases, whichever occurs sooner. In no case, however, will the aggregate of nine (9) months (274 calendar days) extend beyond three years from the date the injury occurred. If no leave is available under this Section, the provisions of Section 11 may apply. The employee election to use or not use accumulated leave under this Section cannot be changed more than once.
WORK-RELATED INJURIES a. A teacher receiving workers’ compensation benefits shall be granted leave with full pay. This full pay shall be reduced by the amount the teacher actually receives as a result of workers’ compensation.
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WORK-RELATED INJURIES. An employee who experiences a work related injury should report that injury to their supervisor as soon as possible but no later than 48 hours. An employee who seeks medical treatment for a work related injury will submit documentation of the medical treatment within 48 hours after such treatment. An employee who experiences a work related injury which results in restrictions will participate in the City’s Transitional Work Program when the physician of record determines the employee to be medically stable.
WORK-RELATED INJURIES. In the event of a work-related injury (those injuries covered by the Iowa Workers’ Compensation Law) of at least five (5) days in duration, the employee shall be allowed to utilize up to sixty
WORK-RELATED INJURIES. Section 1. An employee who sustains a work-related injury, during the period of this Agreement, as the result of which the employee is disabled, if so determined by a decision issued under the operation of the Workers' Compensation Insurance Program, shall be entitled to work-related disability leave. Work-related disability leave is a leave of absence for which the employee will be paid full pay reduced by an amount that yields a net pay, including workers' compensation and social security disability benefits, that is equal to the employee's net pay immediately prior to the injury. Net pay prior to injury is defined as gross base pay minus federal, state, and local withholding and social security and retirement contributions. Work-related disability leave shall be payable for an aggregate of 12 months or for the duration of the disability, whichever is the lesser. In no case, however, will the aggregate of 12 months extend beyond three years from the date the injury occurred.
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