Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits Sample Clauses

Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. If the employee is in a class of employees that, on August 31, 2012, was entitled to use unused sick leave credits for the purpose of topping up benefits received under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997;
Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. Where a class of employees was entitled to receive WSIB top-up on August 31, 2012 deducted from sick leave, the parties must incorporate those same provisions without deduction from sick leave in the 2014-2017 collective agreement. The top-up amount to a maximum of four (4) years and six (6) months shall be included in the 2014-17 collective agreement. Employees who were receiving WSIB top-up on September 1, 2012 shall have the cap of four (4) years and six (6) months reduced by the length of time for which the employee received WSIB top-up prior to September 1, 2012. For boards who did not have WSIB top-up prior to the MOU, status quo to be determined.
Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. L27:01 An employee who is receiving compensation under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act as a result of a claim directly related to the Board shall be entitled to have the partial payment under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act supplemented by the Board to provide payment of full earnings.
Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. 27.01 Where a teacher is receiving WSIB benefits, that teacher is entitled to receive WSIB top-up to 100% of their salary for a maximum of four (4) years and six (6) months without deduction from sick leave.
Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. Under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act the Board shall provide protection for the Members/Employees by way of insurance for partial loss of salary due to injury sustained in the course of duty. The Board will augment (top-up) the compensation award so that full net salary will be paid up to a maximum of four (4) years and six (6) months, after which the Member/Employee shall receive only the compensation award. Members/Employees who were receiving WSIB top-up on September 1, 2012 shall have the cap of four (4) years and six (6) months reduced by the length of time for which the employee received WSIB top-up prior to September 1, 2012.
Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. This Article shall only apply to Extended Occasional and Long Term Occasional Agreement Teachers. In cases where the absence is due to an accident compensable under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, the period of the absence shall be covered by WSIB benefits topped-up to full salary by the Board without deduction from sick leave for a maximum of four years and six months. If, as a result of an accident, an employee received benefits under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997 in respect of the first workday in the 2012-2013 fiscal year, the employee’s entitlement to be topped up for four years and six months shall be reduced by the length of time for which the employee received benefits under that Act as a result of that accident.
Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. L10.09 Any Teacher who is on sick leave and is entitled to receive payments under the Workers’ Safety Insurance Board shall receive the difference between such payment and regular salary from the Board.
Workplace Safety Insurance Benefits (WSIB) Top Up Benefits. L18.03 Any Teacher who is entitled to receive payments under the WorkersSafety Insurance Board and shall receive the difference between such payment and regular salary from the Board. If Teachers were entitled to receive WSIB top-up on August 31, 2012 deducted from sick leave, the parties must incorporate those same provisions without deduction from sick leave. The top-up amount to a maximum of four (4) years and six

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  • Group Insurance Benefits 1. The company will pay 100% of the premium costs of the following benefits. Eligibility for coverage commences the first month following the successful completion of the pro- bationary period.

  • Health Insurance Benefits To the extent provided by the federal COBRA law or, if applicable, state insurance laws, and by the Company’s current group health insurance policies, Executive will be eligible to continue Executive’s group health insurance benefits at Executive’s own expense. If Executive timely elects continued coverage under COBRA, the Company shall pay Executive’s COBRA premiums, and any applicable Company COBRA premiums, necessary to continue Executive’s then-current coverage for a period of 12 months after the date of Executive’s termination of employment; provided, however, that any such payments will cease if Executive voluntarily enrolls in a health insurance plan offered by another employer or entity during the period in which the Company is paying such premiums. Executive agrees to immediately notify the Company in writing of any such enrollment. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Company determines, in its sole discretion, that it cannot provide the foregoing benefit without potentially incurring financial costs or penalties under applicable law (including, without limitation, Section 2716 of the Public Health Service Act), the Company shall in lieu thereof provide to Executive a taxable monthly amount to continue his group health insurance coverage in effect on the date of separation from service (which amount shall be based on the premium for the first month of COBRA coverage), which payments shall be made regardless of whether Executive elects COBRA continuation coverage and shall commence in the month following the month in which Executive incurs a separation from service and shall end on the earlier of (x) the date on which Executive voluntarily enrolls in a health insurance plan offered by another employer or entity during the period in which the Company is paying such amounts and (y) 12 months after the date of Executive’s separation from service.

  • Insurance Benefits Borrower shall cooperate with Lender in obtaining for Lender the benefits of any Insurance Proceeds lawfully or equitably payable in connection with the Property, and Lender shall be reimbursed for any expenses incurred in connection therewith (including reasonable attorneys' fees and disbursements, and the payment by Borrower of the expense of an appraisal on behalf of Lender in case of a fire or other casualty affecting the Property or any part thereof) out of such Insurance Proceeds.

  • WORKPLACE SAFETY INSURANCE BOARD (a) A Nurse who is injured while at work and as a result of such injury is certified by a medical doctor as unfit to complete the working day, shall receive pay at the regular rate for time lost on the day that such injury is sustained and no deduction will be made from sick leave credits with respect to that particular working day.

  • Life Insurance Benefits The Company shall pay the premiums allocable to a term life insurance policy in the face amount of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000.00) covering Executive as the named insured, subject to Executive passing a standard physical examination in order to permit issuance of the policy at standard (non-rated) premiums and satisfaction of any other standard underwriting requirements. Executive shall be the owner of such policy and shall have the right to designate the beneficiary of the policy proceeds. Executive shall be liable for income taxes with respect to premium amounts includable in Executive’s taxable income.

  • Health Benefits Provided that Executive elects continued coverage under federal COBRA law, the Company shall pay the premiums of Executive's group health insurance coverage, including coverage for Executive's eligible dependents, for a maximum period of eighteen (18) months following a Covered Termination; provided, however, that the Company shall pay premiums for Executive's eligible dependents only for coverage for which those eligible dependents were enrolled immediately prior to the Covered Termination. No premium payments will be made following the effective date of Executive's coverage by a health insurance plan of a subsequent employer. For the balance of the period that Executive is entitled to coverage under federal COBRA law, Executive shall be entitled to maintain such coverage at Executive's own expense.

  • Standard Benefits During the term of this Agreement, Executive shall be entitled to participate in all employee benefit plans and programs, including paid vacations, to the same extent generally available to Company executives in accordance with the terms of those plans and programs. The Company shall have the right to terminate or change any such plan or program at any time.

  • Retiree Health Benefits The District shall offer to eligible retiring employees the same health plans as are offered to active employees during the term of the employee’s retirement. To be eligible for this benefit the employee must retire from WCCUSD, directly into PERS or STRS, be eligible for health benefits at the time of retirement and have attained the required years of service to the District as stated below. To be eligible for these benefits, employees must meet the requirements stated in the above paragraph and one of the following years of service requirements: