Crew Scheduling Sample Clauses

Crew Scheduling. Labor for all management and administration associated with the Contractor’s crew scheduling function, including base wages, benefits, payroll associated taxes and incentives (including premiums for longevity, geography, certificates/licenses, profit sharing, bonuses and any other incentives) for all paid hours (including but not exclusive of overtime, vacation, holidays, sick days and paid leave). All Information Technology related charges (e.g., systems, software and hardware) and other costs associated with crew scheduling functions.
Crew Scheduling. During the course of the 2011 Local Negotiations, the Union expressed several concerns regarding the 3 Crew schedule. The Union expressed concern regarding the use of 3 Crew mandatory overtime up to
Crew Scheduling. CONTACT A Crewmember will contact Crew Scheduling at least every third (3rd) consecutive duty Day missed because of illness or injury. A Crewmember need not comply with the preceding sentence if he specifies a specific period of time for the absence because of the nature of the illness or injury. A Crewmember must report when he is available for duty.
Crew Scheduling. 7 1. Except as provided elsewhere in this Article, Flight Attendant work assignments shall be 8 incorporated into individual work schedules. The Company will consider input from the 9 Scheduling Committee regarding Flight Attendant preference with respect to Trip pairings.
Crew Scheduling 

Related to Crew Scheduling

  • Self Scheduling The Home and the Union may agree to implement a self-scheduling process. Self-scheduling is the mechanism by which employees in a Home create their own work schedules. The purpose of self scheduling is to improve job satisfaction and quality of work life for the participating employees. Self scheduling requires a collaboration of employees and management to ensure proper coverage of the Home and to meet the provisions of the Collective Agreement. It is agreed that self scheduling will be negotiated locally by the Home and the Union and will include a trial period. Each Home must have the majority agreement of the full-time and part-time employees who vote on the issue to agree on a trial period of up to six months. Once the trial period is complete, each Home must have a minimum of 66⅔% agreement of the full-time and part-time employees who vote on the issue to continue with the new schedule on a permanent basis.

  • Overtime Scheduling It is the intent of the Company to distribute overtime as equally 26 as reasonably practicable in light of the work to be performed by shift, classification, and skill. Both the 27 Union and the Company recognize that the employees who are assigned the work must be qualified to 28 perform the specific work. The Company will strive to meet its overtime requirements on a voluntary 29 basis when practical. In the event there are insufficient qualified volunteers to meet the requirement, 30 Management may designate and require the necessary number of employees to work overtime. 31

  • Scheduling i) The designated employer will provide the employee with their schedule of shifts in accordance with the collective agreement for both homes. [Insert the split/sharing of shift numbers here] Similarly, the employee will submit all requests for time off including vacation to the designated employer in accordance with the collective agreement.

  • Part-time Scheduling Subject to Section B of this Article, the Employer and the Association endorse the principle that less than full time equivalent ("FTE") positions shall, within reason, be expected to work a biweekly work period that equates to an eighty (80) hour work period multiplied by the position's FTE. (e.g., 80 hours @ .75 = 60 hours). It is further understood by both parties that ASF Members assigned to less than a FTE position may be required, during the peak work periods, to exceed their normal biweekly work period. FLSA non-exempt ASF Members who work a part-time schedule will earn overtime for hours worked in excess of forty (40) in a work week. The Employer agrees to review any ASF position that is less than one (1) FTE if the Association can demonstrate that the position has regularly been required to work a work period that substantially exceeds the normal work period as defined above, and adjust the FTE of the respective position as deemed appropriate by the Employer.

  • Maintenance Scheduling The Transmission Owners shall schedule maintenance of their facilities designated as Transmission Facilities Under ISO Operational Control and schedule any outages (other than forced transmission outages) of said transmission system facilities in accordance with outage schedules approved by the ISO. The Transmission Owners shall comply with maintenance schedules coordinated by the ISO, pursuant to this Agreement, for Transmission Facilities Under ISO Operational Control. Each Transmission Owner shall be responsible for providing notification of maintenance schedules to the ISO for Facilities Requiring ISO Notification.

  • Innovative Scheduling Schedules which are inconsistent with the Collective Agreement provisions may be developed in order to improve quality of working life, support continuity of resident care, ensure adequate staffing resources, and support cost-efficiency. The parties agree that such innovative schedules may be determined locally by the Home and the Union subject to the following principles:

  • – HOURS OF WORK & SCHEDULING 15.01 The normal hours of work for an employee are not a guarantee of work per day or per week, or a guarantee of days of work per week. The normal hours of work shall be seven and one-half (7½) hours per day, and seventy-five (75) hours in any bi-weekly period.

  • Vacation Scheduling (a) With the exception of authorized vacation carryover under Clause 18.6, the scheduling and completion of vacations shall be on a calendar-year basis.

  • Commissioning Functional testing and certification is complete. Forms and documentation which record the certification and performance of building systems, utility systems and equipment are fully executed and posted to the Princeton Collaborative System.

  • Provisioning 2.4.1 BellSouth shall provision services during its regular working hours. To the extent OneTone requests provisioning of service to be performed outside BellSouth’s regular working hours, or the work so requested requires BellSouth’s technicians or project managers to work outside of regular working hours, overtime charges set forth in BellSouth’s intrastate Access Services Tariff, Section E13.2, shall apply. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if such work is performed outside of regular working hours by a BellSouth technician or project manager during his or her scheduled shift and BellSouth does not incur any overtime charges in performing the work on behalf of OneTone, BellSouth will not assess OneTone additional charges beyond the rates and charges specified in this Agreement.