Flexible Sample Clauses

Flexible hour/seasonal unit members work less than six (6) months per fiscal year, have hours that can fluctuate weekly, and have shifts that can vary on a daily basis and shall be scheduled based on the needs of the department/position within which they are hired. Unit members in this category shall accrue sick leave, vacation days and holidays in accordance with the California Education Code prorated for less than 40 hours per week and less than twelve months per year.
Flexible. Type 1: full-time active employment for 9, 10 or 11 months per year with a prescheduled unpaid leave of absence with benefits ("flex-leave") during the remaining months. Type 2: 75-89% scheduled time active employment over the entire calendar year (30-35 hours per week) with part-time equivalent salary.
Flexible. We deliver services that can adjust to meet the changing needs of schools and academies. Empathetic: We strive to understand the values and unique needs of each school and academy. Reliable: Schools and academies can always have confidence in our services. Quality assured: All our actions are underpinned by robust, transparent quality assurance systems. SFS provides a comprehensive financial accounting and budgetary support service. The service is designed to meet your needs as flexibly as possible, allowing your School to choose the range of support that is appropriate to your requirements. Advice and support are provided through personal visits, off site preparation, telephone/email support and a remote access facility.
Flexible. 5/4/9-Work Arrangement Rules for Field offices The flexible 5/4/9-work arrangement shall be in accordance with the following rules:
Flexible hour unit members may be eligible for prorated benefits. To be eligible for pro-rated insurance, the flexible-hour unit member’s regular assignment must be a minimum average of 30 hours per week averaged over a twelve (12) month period.
Flexible hour/full-time or part-time unit members work more than six (6) months per fiscal year, have a guaranteed amount of hours per week, and have shifts that can vary on a daily basis and shall be scheduled based on the needs of the department/position within which they are hired.
Flexible workers start at the same start rate as a full-time probationary employee and after sixty-five (65) shifts will go to a fixed base rate of sixteen dollars and twenty-five cents ($16.25) per hour.