HOUR DAYS. The Employer, with 24-hour prior notice to the Union, may institute a workweek consisting of four consecutive 10-hour days between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday (or Tuesday through Friday), with one-half hour allowed for a lunch period. Friday/ (Monday) may be used as a make-up day, and if utilized, a minimum of eight hours must be scheduled. After 10 hours in a workday, or 40 hours in a workweek, overtime shall be paid at a rate of 2 times the regular rate of pay.
HOUR DAYS. The Sheriff shall implement a pass day/shift preference every six (6) months, based upon seniority in the full-time employee’s respective division. Seniority in a division is determined by the length of time an employee has been in the division. Any voluntary transfer from one division to another shall result in the affected employee’s previous division seniority to cease and a new date for seniority to be established by the effective date of the voluntary transfer into the new division. The Employer shall post the shifts thirty (30) days prior to the start of the shift schedule. Shift rotation for employees working twelve (12) hour shifts will be January 1st through July 1st, and July 1st through January 1st.
HOUR DAYS. All time worked in excess of twelve (12) hours per workday or forty (40) hours per workweek shall be paid at the rate of time and one-half (1- 1/2) the employee's rate of pay, including shift differential, if applicable. All time worked on the fifth (5th) and sixth (6th) consecutive day of work shall be paid for at the rate of time and one-half (1-1/2). All time worked on the seventh (7th) consecutive day of work shall be paid at the rate of double (2) time.
HOUR DAYS. The Parties held several discussions during this round of Collective Bargaining and to pilot a Ten (10) hour schedule in departments where such scheduling will provide for efficiencies, increased productivity and/or enhanced customer service. Accordingly, the following provisions would apply should such scheduling be implemented;
HOUR DAYS. (OPTIONAL) (Note: This is the standard language utilized in CIR decisions. Alternative language may be negotiated and agreed upon.)
HOUR DAYS. If mutually agreed by the Company and the selected employees, the Company may utilize a four (4) day, the (10) hour workweek as follows: • Ten (10) consecutive hours, excluding time taken out for meals, shall constitute a regular day's work.
HOUR DAYS. All hours of scheduled (4/10's) will be paid at straight time rate. All other hours worked will be paid at the appropriate overtime rates except; 1.) the additional day off during the week will be treated as a Saturday and 2.) the hours of double time pay will be either 11:00 pm to 6:00 am the next day for those on the scheduled 4/10's with a work day starting at 6:00 am or 12:01 am and 7:00 am for those scheduled on NHEC – IBEW 1837 Contract
HOUR DAYS. In the event the Company intends to introduce ten (10) hour shifts, the Company and the Union will meet and agree upon adjustments to the agreement in areas such as suspensions, bereavement, breaks, overtime, vacation, call-in, paid holidays and floater days in a way which is consistent with the collective agreement. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #5
HOUR DAYS. Those scheduled to work 4 ten (10) hour days will still work 40 hours per week, but will be on a scheduled consecutive four (4) day basis. Four day, ten hours per day work schedule conditions: For those scheduled for 4/10s, the workday will consist of ten (10) consecutive hours of actual work in a workday, exclusive of an unpaid one- half (1/2) hour meal period and the scheduled work day will be any 10 hour period between 6:00 am and 6:00 pm with an unpaid one-half hour for lunch.