Section 1. Layoff to the Street. Layoffs for the purpose of this section shall mean the displacement of an employee
for lack of work or other reasons that require reductions in the number of employees as determined by management. The employer
shall determine the number and type (fulltime or part-time) of employees to be affected by a layoff. Layoffs shall be made
in inverse order of seniority by building within classification and status (full-time or part-time).
Section 2. Recall. When the Employer elects to recall employees, the Employer will recall by status (full-time or part-time), in line
of seniority. Employees who accepted a layoff to the street must await recall to their original classification, status, and
unit. Full-time employees who have been displaced to part-time due to the layoff process shall be included in this recall
procedure, and will retain their most recent full-time seniority date, prior to layoff.
The original classification, status, and D.C. unit is defined
as that job the employee held when first affected by the layoff.
Employees recalled, as provided in this section, will be
required to report for work within the time limits specified in Article VI Section 3, unless extended by agreement between
the employee and the Employer.