Clerks. During the term of the Agreement all employees hired prior to March 1, 2004, except Clerk’s Helpers, Snack Bar employees and Combination Take-Out employees as described in Article 6(P) 1 and 5, shall be paid, for all hours worked on Sunday, time and one-half (1½) minus one dollar ($1.00) the straight-time hourly rate of pay.
Clerks. Shall be understood to mean employees who regularly devote not less than four hours per day to the writing and calculating incident to keeping records and accounts, writing and transcribing letters, bills, reports, statements and similar work and to the operation of office mechanical equipment and devices in connection with such duties and work.
Clerks. 5.01 Normally a Clerk will perform the following functions: − cashier − price changing − snack bar attendant − bakery counter attendant − wrappers and packers in any department − finishers in the bakery department − stocking shelves − cleaning − receiving − truck unloading − carryouts − clerk in charge of hot food deli counter − other similar duties as assigned.
Clerks. During the term of this Agreement all employees hired prior to March 1, 2004, except Clerk's Helpers, Snack Bar employees and Combination Take-Out Bar employees as described in Article 6(P)(1) and (5), and employees promoted after March 1, 2004, shall be paid for all hours worked on Sundays in accordance with the wage schedule in Appendix I.
Clerks. The normal work week for school clerks shall be forty (40) hours per week, eight (8) hours per day, Monday through Friday, including two (2) fifteen (15) minute relief periods, also including a duty free, half-hour lunch period.
Clerks. When a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday shall be declared a holiday. When a holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be declared a holiday. Dispatchers: The holiday pay under this provision shall be observed on the calendar date of the actual holiday, regardless of weekday or weekend. Employees shall be paid the overtime rate of pay for actual time worked on a holiday plus 1/5 of their normal work week at regular pay, as holiday pay. The Town may pay 1/5 of employee's normal work week at straight time, as holiday pay, in lieu of working the employee or if not scheduled. Holidays are considered holidays, not vacation days. Vacations scheduled on holidays shall allow the employee to schedule an additional vacation day or be paid 1/5 of their regular work week at straight time. If any employee is working an overtime shift on Christmas or Thanksgiving, they shall be paid 40 hours of straight time, plus 1/5 of employee's normal work week at straight time, as holiday pay, and double time rate of pay for actual time worked on Christmas or Thanksgiving. Example: Under this provision, an employee who worked twelve hours as an overtime shift on Christmas or Thanksgiving would receive 48 hours of straight pay and an additional 12 hours of pay at the double time rate. An employee on leave of absence for any reason other than vacation, personal time, military service, or jury duty shall not be paid for a holiday which occurs while the employee is on such leave.