Check. C. The employee will have the option to repay the overpayment over a period of time equal to the number of pay periods during which the overpayment was made. The employee and the College may agree to make other repayment arrangements. The payroll deduction to repay the overpayment will not exceed five percent (5.0%) of the employee’s disposable earnings in a pay period. However, the College and employee can agree to an amount that is more than the five percent (5.0%).
Check. The employee will have the option to repay the overpayment over a period of time equal to the number of pay periods during which the overpayment was made. The employee and the Employer may agree to make other repayment arrangements. If the employee fails to choose one (1) of the three (3) options described above within the timeframe specified in the college’s/district’s written notice of overpayment, the college/district will deduct the overpayment owed from the employee’s wages over a period of time equal to the number of pay periods during which the overpayment was made. Any overpayment amount still outstanding at separation of employment will be deducted from the earnings of the final pay period.
Check. OUT: Check-out instructions are posted at each rental property and are provided in the Guest Portal. Check-out time is 10:00 AM on the departure date. A ($150.00) fee will be charged for each half- hour past the required check-out time that Guest remains in the property, as TRPM often has guests leaving and arriving the same day, leaving the cleaning services a limited amount of time to clean. Guests occupying the rental unit beyond Noon on the check-out day without the consent of TRPM will be trespassing. A fifty dollar ($50.00) per item fee will be charged for each lost garage door opener, and/or parking pass. A minimum two hundred ($200.00) re-key fee will be charged for lost keys. Please read and follow the check-out directions prior to departure and call the TRPM office with any questions.
Check. OFF The Company shall deduct from each new employee an amount equal to the Union dues from the employee’s first payroll cheque after completion of six (6) days of work in a calendar month and add that employee’s name and the said amount to the closest applicable check-off; i.e., if the check-off for that month has not been remitted to the Union, it shall be added to that check-off; if that month’s check-off has been remitted, it shall be added to the following month’s check-off and shown as the previous month worked.
Check. Tests - A welder, whose Identification Transfer Card is about to expire or which has expired for ninety (90) days or less will be required to weld the assembly for check testing for the position held. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS: In order to avoid unnecessary testing which will not be of benefit to the Council, the Bureau and the Operator, who may waste time and money, the following is suggested:
Check. 2. The employee will have the option to repay the overpayment over a period of time equal to the number of pay periods during which the overpayment was made, provided that unless a larger amount is agreed to by the employee, each payment shall not exceed five percent (5%) of the employee’s disposable earnings in a pay period, or, in the final state service pay period, the amount still outstanding from the employee’s disposable earnings.