Annual Holidays Sample Clauses

Annual Holidays. All colleagues covered by this Agreement are entitled to holiday entitlement (inclusive of bank holidays) as set out in the table below. The entitlement is based on a working week of 40 hours across 5 days. Colleagues working other shift patterns will have a pro rata entitlement based on their contracted hours and length of service: Number of Years Service Total Holiday Entitlement in days (inclusive of bank holidays) Holiday Hours based on 40 hour contract In First 2 years’ Service 30 240 After 2 years’ Service 32 256 After 5 years’ Service 34 272 After 15 years’ Service 36 288 The increase in holiday entitlement will be effective from the start of the holiday year (1st April) following the service anniversary. Where a colleague takes a full holiday week, the deduction from their annual leave entitlement will be based on the colleague’s weekly contracted hours. For single day absences, the number of hours deducted from the annual entitlement will be the colleague’s weekly contracted hours divided by the number of contracted days. Holiday entitlement is to be taken in the period 1st April in each year to 31st March in the following year. All holidays must normally be taken within the appropriate holiday year and cannot be carried forward from one year to the next. However, and only in exceptional circumstances, the General Manager may authorise holidays to be carried forward. If a colleague does not book holidays when requested to do so the holidays may be allocated by the manager in order to avoid holiday “congestion” or the colleague losing holiday entitlement. Any occasion when the depot is closed will be counted as a day’s holiday for a colleague scheduled to work and automatically deducted from the annual holiday entitlement. This would normally happen on public holidays such as Christmas day, or in the event of planned closures. The table below provides a broad indication of the amount of holiday that colleagues should aim to take in each period. Depots will review holiday usage against these principles to ensure that holiday is taken by colleagues and there is no congestion at the end of the holiday year. Period % of holiday entitlement to take April May June July August September 50% October November December 25% January February March 25% A colleague leaving the Co-op will receive payment in lieu of any holidays accrued but untaken. The Co-op will make the appropriate deductions for any holidays taken in excess of the amount accrued. Holiday Pay i...
Annual Holidays a Operatives will be paid for 25 days (in the case of a normal working week of 5 days) of annual holidays or the pro rata equivalent if working part time (subject to sufficient holiday credits having been accrued at the time the holiday is taken).
Annual Holidays. (a) Annual holidays are provided in accordance with the provisions of the Holidays Act 1981 and its amendments.
Annual Holidays. The Executive’s annual paid holiday entitlement is 25 working days in each holiday year. Holiday entitlement will accrue pro-rata to each completed month of employment. The Executive is required to submit a holiday request form to the CEO for approval for all periods of leave. The holiday year runs from 1 January to 31 December. It is not permitted to carry forward holiday entitlement from one holiday year to the next nor will payments in lieu be made in respect of holiday not taken in the relevant holiday year, other than in accordance with the Employer’s holiday policy from time to time in force. The Executive must ensure that there is no unnecessary overlapping with the holidays of other staff who would be responsible for the Executive’s duties whilst he is on holiday. Holiday pay on termination of employment will be calculated by establishing the number of days’ holiday accrued in the holiday year up to the date of termination and subtracting from this the number of days taken during the current holiday year. The number of days remaining, if any, will be paid.
Annual Holidays. 11:01 Annual vacation pay shall accrue and be paid weekly at the rate of six (6%) percent calculated on gross earnings, beginning with the first (1st) day of employment, and shall accrue and be paid weekly at the rate of eight (8%) percent calculated on gross earnings, beginning on the first (1st) day of the tenth (10th) year of employment, which recognizes long term employees. ARTICLE TWELVE CLASSIFICATIONS AND WAGE RATES GROUP I DRILL-RIG OPERATOR FOR MULTIBAR DRILL RIG, APPRENTICE CRANE OPERATOR, WELDER, CRANE AND TRACKHOE SCREWPILE OPERATOR, CFA RIG OPERATOR, PILE DRIVING LEAD HAND: June 28, 2015 May 1, 2016 Base Rate $36.36 $37.21 Statutory Pay (4.5%) 1.64 1.67 Vacation Pay (6%) 2.28 2.34 Pension 5.90 6.40 Health and Welfare 1.95 1.95 Total Package $48.13 $49.57 GROUP 1A CRANE OPERATORS WITH VALID HOISTING TICKET, COMPACTO LEADMAN June 28, 2015 May 1, 2016 Base Rate $37.54 $38.42 Statutory Pay (4.5%) 1.69 1.73 Vacation Pay (6%) 2.35 2.41 Pension 5.90 6.40 Health and Welfare 1.95 1.95 Total Package $49.43 $50.91 GROUP 1B CRANE OPERATORS WITH VALID HOISTING TICKET OPERATING COMPACTO CRANE June 28, 2015 May 1, 2016 Base Rate $38.71 $39.63 Statutory Pay (4.5%) 1.74 1.78 Vacation Pay (6%) 2.43 2.49 Pension 5.90 6.40 Health and Welfare 1.95 1.95 Total Package $50.73 $52.25 GROUP II DRILL RIG OPERATOR FOR SINGLE BAR MACHINE, SCREWPILE OPERATOR WITH SKIDSTEER June 28, 2015 May 1, 2016 Base Rate $34.97 $35.79 Statutory Pay (4.5%) 1.57 1.61 Vacation Pay (6%) 2.20 2.24 Pension 5.90 6.40 Health and Welfare 1.95 1.95 Total Package $46.59 $47.99 GROUP III LOADER OPERATOR WITH MORE THAN 5,000 HOURS OF RELEVANT PILING EXPERIENCE, SHOP AND NON-OPERATING RATE FOR GROUP 1 EMPLOYEES OTHER THAN WELDERS, CONCRETE PUMP OPERATOR. June 28, 2015 May 1, 2016 Base Rate $32.80 $33.55 Statutory Pay (4.5%) 1.48 1.51 Vacation Pay (6%) 2.05 2.10 Pension 5.90 6.40 Health and Welfare 1.95 1.95 Total Package $44.18 $45.51 GROUP IV LOADER OPERATOR WITH LESS THAN 5,000 HOURS OF RELEVANT PILING EXPERIENCE, AND ALL OTHER OPERATING ENGINEERS, ZOOM BOOM June 28, 2015 May 1, 2016 Base Rate $27.37 $27.96 Statutory Pay (4.5%) 1.23 1.26 Vacation Pay (6%) 1.72 1.75 Pension 5.90 6.40 Health and Welfare 1.95 1.95 Total Package $38.17 $39.32 GROUP V SEASONAL EMPLOYEES AND NEW HIRES WITH NO SIGNIFICANT APPLICABLE PILING EXPERIENCE LESS THAN 1000 HOURS OF APPLICABLE PILING EXPERIENCE PER CALENDAR YEAR June 28, 2015 May 1, 2016 Base Rate $23.43 $24.13 Statutory Pay (4.5%) 1.05 1.09 Vacation Pay (6%) 1.4...
Annual Holidays. Annual holidays are provided in accordance with the provisions of the Holidays Act 2003 and any amendments.
Annual Holidays. 12:01 Each employee covered by this Agreement shall be entitled to three (3) weeks Annual Holidays and the pay shall be at the rate of six percent (6%) of gross earnings and shall be paid weekly.
Annual Holidays. 8.4.1 Every employer shall allow 20 days of holiday to every employee on his payroll whether contracted to work full or part-time.