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ARTICLE 21

STATUS OF EMPLOYMENT

A. REGULAR EMPLOYEE

    1. An employee who has successfully completed the probationary period.

B. PROBATIONARY EMPLOYEE

    1. An employee who has not completed ninety (90) one hundred eighty (180) calendar days of cumulative active service. or 1040 520 straight time subject hours whichever comes first in a seniority department, or an employee who has lost seniority under the seniority provisions of the Agreement. Time for a new probationary requirement will begin upon return to service after seniority was lost. Cumulative service as defined in this Article is being in a paid status.
    2. The probationary period may be extended for thirty (30)ninety (90) calendar days if the ARRC and and the Union General Chairman and the employee agree.
    3. The discipline or termination of a probationary employee is not a grievable matter subject to the grievance procedure.
    4. For the purposes of benefit eligibility only, the probationary period is ninety (90) calendar days of cumulative active service or 520 straight time hours as described in 1., above.
  1. TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE

A work force temporarily contracted from temporary agency labor forces to supplement for regular and probationary employees when business demands outstrip employee labor supplies. This work force may only perform service for eighty-nine (89) consecutive days.

 

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