Every other Weekend Off Sample Clauses

Every other Weekend Off. The Hospital will allow regularly scheduled full time and part time employees (other than temporary employees) every other weekend off whenever adequate staff is available to meet operational needs. In the event such employees are not scheduled every other weekend off, the Hospital shall meet with the employees concerned to discuss the reasons, at the Union’s request. (See Appendix C)
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Every other Weekend Off. The Employer will exercise its best efforts to provide every other weekend off to all Full-Time and Part-Time Employees in a department desiring such a schedule. The Employer will exercise its best efforts to recruit Full- Time and Part-Time Employees so that this can be accomplished.
Every other Weekend Off. The Medical Center will use its best efforts to grant each 1.0 FTE Full-Time nursing employee every other weekend off, and will guarantee that each such 1.0 FTE Full Time nursing employee will not be required to work more than two (2) consecutive weekends in a row; further in fixed thirteen (13) week cycles commencing with the weekend when this Paragraph is placed in effect, and in the succeeding fixed thirteen (13) week cycles thereafter, the Medical Center guarantees that such 1.0 FTE Full Time nursing employees will not be required to work more than seven (7) weekends in any such cycle.
Every other Weekend Off. Registered Nurses, regardless of status (Full-time, Part-time or Per Diem) will be scheduled every other weekend off. Pay Practices When a Registered Nurse works a twelve (12) hour shift, he/she is paid at straight time for the first three (3) shifts worked in a workweek. These are recorded as “regular” hours. The overtime rate of pay of one and one-half (1 1/2) times the employee's base rate of pay shall be paid for: All hours worked in excess of forty (40) hours in a workweek (workweek is defined as the seven (7) day period commencing at 12:01 a.m. Sunday). All hours worked on the sixth (6th) consecutive day of work within a workweek, except when such schedule results from the request of the employee. Two (2) times the employee’s base rate of pay shall be paid for: All hours worked in excess of twelve (12) within one day (day is defined as the twenty-four (24) hour period beginning when the employee commences work and the twenty-four (24) hour clock remains set until the employee is not on the clock at the end of the preceding twenty-four (24) hour period). All hours worked on the seventh (7th) consecutive day of work within a workweek. Two and one-half (2 1/2) times the employee’s base rate of pay shall be paid for: All hours worked in excess of sixteen (16) hours within one (1) day (day is defined as the twenty-four (24) hour period beginning when the employee commences work and the twenty-four (24) hour clock remains set until the employee is not on the clock at the end of the preceding twenty-four (24) hour period). All hours worked on designated holidays. Consecutive Days A Registered Nurse is not considered to have had a day off unless twenty-four (24) hours have elapsed from the end of the last shift worked until the beginning of the next shift.
Every other Weekend Off. Full-Time Employees/Preferred Part-Time Employees/ Permanent Part-Time Employees The Employer will schedule every other weekend off for Full-Time, Preferred Part­ Time and Permanent Part-Time employees. Collective Agreement between Fairhaven and QJPE Local 131 Term: January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2016 Permanent Part-Time employees as defined in Artide 2.02 c) may be excused from this Article if they present to the Human Resource Scheduler a letter expressing their desire to work weekends on a more frequent basis than stated. They may also withdraw such a letter by giving the Human Resource Scheduler a letter stating their desire to revert to every other weekend off.
Every other Weekend Off. Full-Time Employees/Preferred Part-Time Employees/Permanent Part-Time Employees: The Employer will schedule every other weekend off for Full-Time, Preferred Part-Time and Permanent Part-Time employees. Permanent Part-Time employees as defined in Article 2.02 c) may be excused from this Article if they present to the Human Resource Scheduler a letter expressing their desire to work weekends on a more frequent basis than stated. They may also withdraw such a letter by giving the Human Resource Scheduler a letter stating their desire to revert to every other weekend off.
Every other Weekend Off. The Employer shall endeavor to schedule employees working in 12 hour programs to have every other weekend off. Employees shall not be assigned to work more than two consecutive weekends except in the event of emergencies that result in the displacement of other staff (e.g. illness, FMLA, difficult to fill vacancies, no show). This section shall not apply to employees who are hired to work a schedule that includes the working of weekend, employees who trade weekends or employees who volunteer for additional weekend work.
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Every other Weekend Off. The parties agree that it would be beneficial to the employees and acceptable to the employer if a shift schedule could be arranged to provide every other weekend off. Accordingly, during the term of this agreement a committee consisting of union members and management will be establishedto investigate all avenues in an attempt to establish the above mentioned shift The employer will mange to schedule such meetings and further agrees to bear all costs including all time lost while the committee works. This letter of understanding shall expire on March ON BEHALF OF THE EMPLOYER ON BEHALF OF THE UNION DATE: LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN SOUTH COUNTRY VILLAGE and UNITED STEELWORKERS OF AMERICA, LOCAL

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