Civilian Sample Clauses

Civilian. Classifications of Revenue Protection Guards, Dispatchers, Senior Police Clerk, Police Clerk, Community Service Officers and Police Administrative Specialist shall be compensated in accordance with the schedules set forth in Appendix A & B. Civilian 7/1/05 - 0% 7/1/06 - 2% 7/1/07 - 2% 7/1/08 - 3% Longevity Pay Step On July 1st following the date on which the employee has completed twenty (20) years of District service, the employee shall receive a 2.47% pay increase in exchange for the forfeiture of seven (7) floating holidays. Community Service Officers (CSOs) CSOs will have a three (3) year pay progression with four (4) steps. The progression will start at eighty-five (85) percent of top step and move to one hundred (100) percent according to the following table: From date of hire: Beginning of first year 85% of top step Beginning of second year 87.5% of top step Beginning of third year 90% of top step Beginning of fourth year 100% of top step
Civilian. The normal shift schedule for the civilian shall be 0900 hours to 1700 hours, Monday to Friday inclusive, except for purposes of training or an agreed to change between the Chief of Police and the civilian member. The normal hours of work for civilian employees will be Thirty Seven and one half hours (37.5) per week, Monday to Friday, which includes an unpaid lunch break of one half hour(1/2 hr). Each civilian position will be provided with two fifteen minute paid breaks, which may be combined with the half hour unpaid lunch break in agreement with the member and the Chief of Police. The lunch break and the staggered hours of the eight(8) hour day shifts will be assigned by the Chief of Police, or his designate.
Civilian. During the term of this contract effective July 1, 2009 through July 1, 2013, base rate of pay shall remain the same with no scheduled annual salary increases. (*Except as specified in Section 11.0(E) for potential 1% scheduled improvement.) Longevity Pay Step st On July 1 following the date on which the employee has completed twenty (20) years of District service, the employee shall receive a 2.47% pay increase in exchange for the forfeiture of three (3) vacation days and four (4) floating holidays.

Related to Civilian

Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act The Mortgagor has not notified the Company, and the Company has no knowledge of any relief requested or allowed to the Mortgagor under the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940, as amended;
Health and Hygiene The Hirer shall, if preparing, serving or selling food, observe all relevant food health and hygiene legislation and regulations. In particular dairy products, vegetables and meat on the premises must be refrigerated and stored in compliance with the Food Temperature Regulations. The premises are provided with a refrigerator and thermometer.
Health & Safety (a) The Employer and the Union agree that they mutually desire to maintain standards of safety and health in the Home, in order to prevent injury and illness and abide by the Occupational Health and Safety Act as amended from time to time.
SAFETY AND HEALTH 15.1 The Council shall continue to make all reasonable provisions for the occupational safety and health of employees. The Council will welcome suggestions on the subject from the Association and the parties undertake to consult with a view to adopting and expeditiously carrying out reasonable procedures and techniques designed or intended to prevent or reduce the risk of employment injury.
Fire Prevention LESSEE agrees to use every reasonable precaution against fire and agrees to provide and maintain approved, labeled fire extinguishers, emergency lighting equipment, and exit signs and complete any other modifications within the leased premises as required or recommended by the Insurance Services Office (or successor organization), OSHA, the local Fire Department, or any similar body.
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH Section 1. The Labor-Management Committee established pursuant to Article XIX shall sit, from time to time, as an Occupational Safety and Health Committee.
HEALTH & WELFARE 16:1 The parties signatory hereto shall enter into a Health and Welfare Plan for which there is a Trust Agreement, known as the Line Construction Benefit Fund, for the purpose of providing insurance benefits for eligible employees and/or their dependents. Effective the first of the month following the signature date of this Agreement, the Employer shall pay to the Line Construction Benefit Fund the sum of $6.50 for each hour worked. Hours worked shall be deemed to include straight-time hours worked, overtime hours worked, and report time not worked. Remittance shall be forwarded to the place designated by the parties hereto on or before the fifteenth (15th) day of each month for each hour worked in weekly payroll periods ending during the preceding month, together with a monthly payroll report on a form to be furnished to the Employer. It is understood and intended by the parties to this Agreement that the purpose of this clause is to establish an Employer financed Health and Welfare Trust and that contributions thereto shall not be deemed to be wages to which any employee shall have any right other than the right to have such contributions paid over to the Trust fund in accordance herewith. Failure of an individual Employer to make all payments provided for, including liquidated damages for late payments, within the time specified, shall be a breach of this Agreement and will further require action by the Trustees as set forth in the Trust Agreement. Any increase in the required contributions set forth above will be paid equally (50% by the Employer and 50% by the Employee). The amount paid by the Employee will come from their NEAP contribution.
Health Promotion and Health Education Both parties to this Agreement recognize the value and importance of health promotion and health education programs. Such programs can assist employees and their dependents to maintain and enhance their health, and to make appropriate use of the health care system. To work toward these goals:
Health Leave In order to provide job protection for employees who are not covered by FMLA, after one (1) year of continuous employment with an FTE, one (1) durational leave of absence per rolling calendar year will be granted to employees who are not eligible for FMLA leave for a personal illness or injury, or disability because of pregnancy or childbirth without loss of accrued benefits. An employee who exhausts all of their FMLA leave is not eligible for a health leave. A leave of absence begins on the date of first absence from work. Accrued Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Illness Bank (EIB) for the period of temporary disability shall be used during this period, except that an employee may elect to reserve up to eighty (80) hours (prorated for part-time employees) of PTO. The one (1) year service requirement shall not apply to health leaves for temporary disability due to pregnancy or childbirth. The Employer will use reasonable efforts to staff the vacant position created by the leave of absence on a temporary basis for the period of the employee’s sick leave, subject to patient care considerations and departmental needs. All persons hired temporarily to replace employees who are on leave of absence shall be so advised and shall be informed of the approximate date the regular employee is expected to return. Length of service credit and benefits will not accrue but will remain the same as at the time of beginning the leave. Prior to returning to work after an extended absence for personal illness or injury, the Employer may require a statement from the attending physician attesting to the employee’s capability to perform the work required of the job. Health leave shall not exceed six (6) months. If a health leave of absence exceeds twelve (12) weeks, only then may the Employer permanently fill the vacancy. If the Employer has filled the position permanently, pursuant to the above, the employee on leave of absence, upon returning to the job during the six (6) month health leave period, will be offered the first open position for which the employee is qualified.
Fire Safety Resident will not tamper with fire alarms, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, fire hoses, or exit signs. Resident will promptly evacuate Residence Facility upon the sounding of an alarm or as otherwise directed by College Housing staff. Resident will participate in any periodic fire drill and fire safety training conducted by College for the Residence Facility.