Flex Time Sample Clauses

Flex Time. A. To the extent possible, an employee may flex up to two (2) hours within a work week for the transaction of personal business which cannot be attended to during any other time. Flex time shall not reduce the total number of hours of a regularly scheduled work week or be used to create overtime.
Flex Time. Flex time is a system for scheduling working hours within certain guidelines, and enables employees to adjust their working pattern to their own life-style while maintaining the requirements of good business practices in support of quality and customer satisfaction. Flex-time arrangements are intended to allow individuals to customize their work schedule to meet personal needs. Individuals on flex-time arrangements are not eligible for overtime resulting from the flex-time arrangement.
Flex Time. Flex time is the ad hoc adjustment of scheduled hours. Flex time includes Employees adjusting daily work schedules such that lesser or increased hours alter the Employee’s scheduled hours of work, but which worked hours shall total seventy (70) hours within a pay period. The approval of the flex time as requested by the Employee will be based on the operational requirements of the Employer and in consultation with the work team. Additional premiums shall not apply. Such time off shall not be unreasonably denied.
Flex Time. The parties agree that work schedules may need to be temporarily altered to meet the needs of employees from time to time. To accommodate absences that are anticipated, an employee may request to alter his/her regularly scheduled hours of work within a workweek. For example, an employee may plan to work two extra hours on Monday in order to leave two hours early for a personal commitment on Tuesday. Work schedule modifications may only occur with notification and approval of the respective supervisor. However, in the event of a bonafide emergency, the employee will notify a Lead that he/she has to leave immediately. The employee will later notify management as-soon-as possible of the immediate need for leaving and expected return.
Flex Time. (a) Flex time shall be defined as flexible hours of work up to a maximum of 2 hours per day variance from the normal schedule. The flex hours shall be reconciled within seven (7) calendar days and the variance to the normal work day shall be no greater than 1 hour before the normal start and 1 hour after the normal end.
Flex Time. 8.2.1 The flex time plan contained in Clause 8.2 applies to permanent and probationary employees only. Term employees, including temporary employees in a term assignment, and part-time employees may not participate in the flex time plan.
Flex Time. The following will apply to employees in programs except EMS: Employees may vary hours worked, as mutually agreed between the employee and the Employer, in order to effectively carry out the various duties and responsibilities of the position. Where mutual agreement is not reached, then overtime provisions shall apply. Flex time worked will be taken as mutually agreed between the Employer and the employee. Note: It is recognized that there may be positions in EMS where flex time is possible.
Flex Time. Flex Time for hourly employees may occur based on a mutual agreement with the immediate supervisor to adjust the normally scheduled work hours. Flex Time may not be used if the employee’s resulting work hours will exceed 40 in any workweek.