unpaid leave definition

unpaid leave means leave taken for 3 months or more that is —
unpaid leave means that a full-time faculty member shall not be entitled to any of the fringe benefits granted to faculty on paid leave or benefit leave except the right to return to the same or similar assignment held immediately preceding the commencement of the unpaid leave.

Examples of unpaid leave in a sentence

  • SEBB Continuation Coverage (Unpaid Leave) is an alternative created by the SEBB Program with wider eligibility criteria and qualifying event types.

  • Enrollees who qualify for both types of SEBB Continuation Coverage (COBRA and Unpaid Leave) may choose to enroll in only one of these options.

  • Unpaid Leave (b) Contributions shall not be required in respect of any period of absence from work without pay of one day or more.

  • Special Unpaid Leave of Absence means any of the following types of unpaid leaves of absence that do not constitute a Break in Service: (i) Leave protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act, (ii) leave protected by the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act or (iii) Jury Duty (as reasonably defined by the Employer).

  • PEBB Continuation Coverage (Unpaid Leave) is an alternative created by the PEBB Program with wider eligibility criteria and qualifying event types.


More Definitions of unpaid leave

unpaid leave means an unpaid leave of absence or any leave of absence that does not meet the requirements of Treasury Regulation Section 1.421-7(h)(2).
unpaid leave. A unit member who is on unpaid leave, in 33 accordance with the provisions of Section 17.B et seq., shall retain 34 all accumulated sick leave, but shall not accrue any additional sick 35 leave benefits during such periods of absence. 36
unpaid leave. A teacher who is drafted or enlists in the military services shall be granted an unpaid Military Leave of Absence in accordance with Minnesota Statutes.