Full-time/Part-time Ratio Sample Clauses

Full-time/Part-time Ratio. So long as a full-time position exists there will be no splitting of that position into two or more part-time positions without the agreement of the Union, such agreement not to be unreasonably withheld.
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Full-time/Part-time Ratio. The Employer agrees to a ratio that will provide an overall ratio of thirty-seven percent (37%) full-time employees and sixty-three percent (63%) part-time employees, throughout the jurisdiction of this Agreement. It is agreed that all UFCW bargaining unit employees shall be included within the calculation, excluding only employees classified as Christmas extras. The Employer acknowledges that this ratio shall be accomplished through attrition or as provided for in Article 5(E) of this Agreement. The full-time ratio shall be determined on an all Southern California UFCW Locals basis for clerks. The Employer shall provide to the Union Locals a semi-annual list of bargaining unit employee names, social security number, full-time or part-time status, store and Local Union number. The Employer shall provide to the Union Locals a semi-annual list of the names and store number of non-bargaining unit full-time pharmacists employed at clerk represented stores for ratio verification purposes only. These semi-annual lists shall only be run for the second (2nd) payroll week ending each March and second (2nd) payroll week ending each September and shall automatically be provided to the Union locals. It is expressly understood by the parties that the Employer may count all full-time pharmacists employed in the bargaining unit stores in the full-time ratio for the purpose of this Section.
Full-time/Part-time Ratio. For the life of this Agreement, at least forty percent (40%) of all bargaining unit employees employed under this Agreement shall be full-time. B. PART-TIME EMPLOYEE. 1. A part-time employee is defined as one who is hired to work less than forty (40) hours per week, and is guaranteed at least four (4) hours' work per day when said employee works as scheduled or required. Part-time students and/or Clerk's Helpers, Snack Bar employees and Combination Take-Out Bar employees as described in Article 6, Section N-1 and 5 shall be guaranteed at least two (2) hours' work per day when said employee works as scheduled or required.2. Except for Meat Cutters, Grandfathered Wrappers, Clerk's Helpers and Snack Bar employees and Combination Take-Out Bar employees, each part-time employee shall be scheduled for at least twenty-four (24) hours' work in each week. It is understood and agreed that Regular Meat Clerks shall beincluded in the twenty-four (24) hour minimum weekly guarantee. In the case of Clerk's Helpers, each part-time employee shall be scheduled for at least sixteen (16) hours' work in each week provided that the employee is available, willing and able to work as scheduled during such workweek.
Full-time/Part-time Ratio. A full-time position will not be split into two (2) or more part-time positions, such that the part-time employees are working back to back shifts.
Full-time/Part-time Ratio. For the term of this agreement the full-time/ part-time ratio shall be calculated in the following manner:
Full-time/Part-time Ratio. Full time positions shall not be split into two (2) or more part time positions without prior consultation with the Union. The Employer shall not schedule two (2) or more part time Employees to the extent of replacing, displacing or preventing the hiring of a full time Employee without prior consultation with the Union.
Full-time/Part-time Ratio. So long as a full-time position exists, and that position has an incumbent, it will not be permanently split into two or more part-time positions without the agreement of the Union, and such agreement will not be unreasonably withheld.