Holiday Premium Pay Sample Clauses

Holiday Premium Pay. A Nurse working on a recognized Holiday is entitled to the following compensation for any hours worked on the calendar date of the recognized Holiday:
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Holiday Premium Pay. Any employee required to work on a holiday shall receive their regular eight (8) hours of pay plus premium pay at time and one-half for all hours worked on such holiday. Compensatory time may be granted in lieu of monetary payment.
Holiday Premium Pay. Any FLSA non-exempt full-time employee who works on any holiday listed above will receive eight (8) hours (or portion thereof as specified above in A.13) of holiday pay and one and one-half (1-1/2) the hourly rate for all hours worked on the observed holiday; provided, however, that the employee has
Holiday Premium Pay. 13.5.1 Employees who work during the twenty-four (24) hour span of a holiday period as defined by this Article, or in the case of Christmas Eve, during the second half of the employee’s regular work shift, shall be entitled to regular pay, plus one of the following for all hours worked during the normal work shift of that employee:
Holiday Premium Pay. Employees working on the declared holiday, or called in on a declared holiday, will receive holiday premium pay for all hours worked in addition to their base hourly rate of pay for each hour worked. When New Year’s Day, Independence Day or Christmas Day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, holiday premium pay will be paid for the actual holiday (January 1, July 4 or December 25) instead of the observed holiday as listed in Section 1 above. Under no circumstances can any employee receive holiday premium pay for both the observed and actual holiday.
Holiday Premium Pay. Any non-FLSA exempt employee who works on any holiday listed above will, receive eight (8) hours (or portion of as specified above in A.13) of holiday pay and one and one-half (1½) the hourly rate for all hours worked on the observed holiday; provided, however, that the employee has (1) worked his/her assigned shift immediately before and his/her assigned shift immediately after the holiday, or, (2) prior to such holiday Management has authorized the employee to take paid leave time off in lieu of the requirement to work said shifts. Any employee who fails to meet these requirements will be paid at the rate of one hour for each hour worked. Employees shall not receive both overtime and holiday premium pay for the same hours.
Holiday Premium Pay. 1. Except as provided in paragraph 2, employees who are assigned to duty on July 4, December 25, January 1 and/or Labor Day (first Monday in September) of a calendar year shall be compensated in cash at a rate of one and one-half (1½X) their base salary for all such assigned duty worked from 12:00 a.m. through 11:59 p.m., inclusive, during such days.
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Holiday Premium Pay. A. Employees who work on the following holidays shall receive time-and-one-half premium pay in lieu of their regular salary.
Holiday Premium Pay. Employees working on the calendar day of a declared holiday will receive holiday premium pay for all hours worked in addition to both the employee’s normal holiday pay and their base hourly rate of pay for each hour worked. Shift differential shall only apply to the base hourly rate of pay for each hour worked. When New Year’s Day, Independence Day or Christmas Day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, holiday premium pay may be paid for the actual holiday (January 1, July 4 or December 25) instead of the observed calendar day holiday as listed in Section 1 above. Under no circumstances can any employee receive holiday premium pay for both the observed and actual holiday.
Holiday Premium Pay a. Employees assigned to scheduled or nonscheduled work period positions qualify for holiday premium pay under the following conditions:
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