An Employee working Sample Clauses

An Employee working a regular Monday and Friday schedule shall be entitled to a day off with pay for every holiday listed in Section 1 of this article. When a holiday occurs on a Saturday, it shall be observed on the preceding Friday; when a holiday occurs on a Sunday, it shall be observed on the following Monday. If a holiday is observed by The City on another day the UNION will observe the same day provided it is so noticed in advance on the annual holiday listing issued by the Personnel Department.
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An Employee working. A. a Shift that is not a Rostered Shift, or B. the work is for less than 5 consecutive shifts, will be paid 150% (175% for casual employees) of their ordinary hourly rate for the first two (2) hours and 200% (225% for casual employees) of their ordinary hourly rate thereafter for such ordinary hours worked.
An Employee working a 6.5 hour shift is entitled to two ten minute tea breaks.
An Employee working a non-continuous shift roster which requires work on either Saturday or Sunday but not both days will be paid a shift allowance for each shift worked on either Saturday or Sunday. The Allowance will be reviewed annually.
An Employee working a) a seven day roster; or

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