Bereavement Leave definition

Bereavement Leave means "a leave of absence granted to an employee upon a death occurring in the employee's Immediate Family.”
Bereavement Leave means leave without loss of pay for a period not exceeding the number of ordinary hours rostered for the employee in three ordinary days and shall be granted only for the purpose of arranging and/or attending the funeral.

Examples of Bereavement Leave in a sentence

  • Bereavement Leave is not to be taken during a period of any other leave.

  • Bereavement Leave (For full time employees) - In the event of death within the employee’s immediate family, that employee may be absent up to five working days without loss of pay.

  • Other existing forms of leave may be substituted for the leave provided in the Child Bereavement Leave Act.

  • The employee will not be paid Bereavement Leave during non-scheduled workdays.

  • An employee shall not be entitled to Bereavement Leave under this clause during any period in respect of which the employee has been granted other leave.

More Definitions of Bereavement Leave

Bereavement Leave. Leave granted to an employee due to the death of a member of the employee's immediate family as defined by this Agreement.
Bereavement Leave. Employees will be granted up to three (3) days of paid leave in the event of a death in their immediate family or member of the household of the Employee. A longer paid absence may be appropriate in circumstances of logistical difficulty or religious observance if approved by the supervisor. Such a request will not be unreasonably denied. Immediate family includes husband and wife, son and daughter (including stepchildren), grandchildren, son and daughter-in-law, parents (including stepparents), grandparents, father and mother-in-law, brother and sister (including stepbrother and stepsister) and brother and sister-in-law; and household includes individuals regularly sharing the Employee’s residence.
Bereavement Leave means a leave of absence from employment by an employee for the death of the employee’s family member that occurs not more than one year after the family member’s death. Bereavement leave includes leave taken in relation to the administration or settlement of the deceased family member’s estate.
Bereavement Leave means an additional form of paid leave which is available to any member who has completed his or her initial probationary period of employment, which shall be used for the attendance of funeral matters if certain individuals of a member's family passed away.
Bereavement Leave. Leave granted to an employee to attend the funeral for a member of the employee's immediate family as defined herein.
Bereavement Leave. Leave granted to employees who are required to absent themselves from work to attend to matters related to an impending or subsequent death and/or funeral of a member of their immediate family. Sick and/or annual leave may be granted for a maximum of five (5) days per occurrence. In extraordinary circumstances, additional leave may be granted by the Department Head or designee. The City may require documentation to substantiate leave request, and may limit the number of days off per year under this category. Leave under this provision will not be unreasonably denied. Call-Out: When an employee is ordered back by management and returns to work on assignment during off-duty hours after the employee’s normal work shift has ended and he/she has left the normal duty location. Classification: Positions which have essentially similar duties and responsibilities, are allocated to the same salary (pay) grade by this Agreement, and are designated by the same title.
Bereavement Leave. Each teacher shall be granted bereavement leave under the conditions set forth in Article IX Section 8.