Distribution of Overtime Work Sample Clauses

Distribution of Overtime Work. All overtime work to which overtime pay is applicable shall be distributed as equally as possible among all employees within a reasonable period of time and within the classifications in the divisions affected, provided the employee is capable of performing the work. Employees may request to review logs of overtime offered/charged once per quarter upon seventy-two (72) hours notice to their supervisor. If a non-bargaining unit employee is called in to work, that employee will assess the problem and take appropriate action. If the condition requires work in excess of one hour, a qualified bargaining unit employee will be called in to work.
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Distribution of Overtime Work. So far as practicable without reducing efficiency of work performance, opportunities to work overtime in the department shall be impartially distributed among employees in the same job classification as the work to be performed, provided the employee is qualified to perform the work required and not on restricted duties. When assigning overtime in forced situations, overtime shall be assigned and rotated on a regular assigned shift basis. However, it shall be permissible for management to assign overtime to employees who have volunteered for such work.
Distribution of Overtime Work. So far as practica- ble, without reducing efficiency of work performance, opportuni- ties to work overtime shall be distributed among employees in the same job classification, provided the employees are qualified to perform the specific overtime work required, starting with the most senior employee qualified to do the work in the job classification, and continue down the seniority list in whichever of the following groups is applicable:
Distribution of Overtime Work. Overtime shall be distributed as equally as practicable among employees in the same job classification in the same work section and area starting with the most senior employee, as per Section 9.14 Seniority, provided the employees are qualified to perform the specific overtime work required. Any overtime work required for a specific job classification within this unit, shall be offered to unit members first. In the event that no bargaining unit member accepts the overtime, the overtime may be offered to other qualified individuals outside of the bargaining unit. The City will maintain the records of overtime work, including: the nature of the work, to what classification it is applied, to what employee(s) it was offered, who performed the work, how many hours were worked, and whether it was voluntary or required. The records will be updated monthly, maintained on a rolling 12-month basis, and posted. The records shall be made available electronically for employees to verify and check. Should any employee assert that he or she has not been offered a reasonably equitable number of overtime work hours for which he or she is qualified, he or she may bring such assertion to the attention of management. Should management determine that the employee’s assertion is justified, then that employee shall be given the right of first refusal to all subsequent overtime work offers until reasonable equity is restored, without regard for seniority. If no employee accepts offered overtime work, the City may require an employee or employees to work the overtime. Should the overtime work arise from the continuation of work in progress, the employee performing the work may be required to complete it. In cases where the City requires that overtime work be performed, the overtime work will be assigned on a rotating basis in inverse order of seniority among employees holding the same classification, subject to the qualification of any individual employee to perform the work, within each shift.
Distribution of Overtime Work. The following provision applies to distribution of any open work/shifts under eight (8) hours. Any and all partial shifts will be offered to regular Dispatchers and the Acting Dispatchers in order of seniority. If no one accepts the work, the last Acting and available Dispatcher will be required to take the work. If this is the employee’s day off, he or she will be given another day off in lieu. The parties further agree that Dispatchers may be extended for a reasonable period of time to facilitate the covering of the open work.
Distribution of Overtime Work. (a) The Employer shall determine the need for all overtime work.
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Distribution of Overtime Work. All overtime work, including special event overtime, shall normally be distributed to employees who work in the job classifications in the areas which normally engage in the work, under the following guidelines:
Distribution of Overtime Work. When overtime work is required and an Acting is not available for the open work shift at straight time, the work shall be offered first to Regular according to seniority and then to the Acting according to seniority. If no one accepts the work, the last Acting will have to take the work. If this is a day off, he or she will be given another day off in lieu.
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